Combustion BRK is a free TrueType format font family created by, and Copyright by, Brian Kent of ÆNIGMA GAMES & FONTS.

Combustion BRK font family consists of:

Combustion I BRK

Combustion II BRK

Combustion Plain BRK

Combustion Tall BRK

Combustion Wide BRK

The fonts with reserved names; "Combustion I BRK" (using filename 'combusti.ttf', at version 1.20), "Combustion II BRK" (using filename 'combusii.ttf', at version 1.30), "Combustion Plain BRK" (using filename 'combuspl.ttf', at version 1.10), "Combustion Tall BRK" (using filename 'combustt.ttf', at version 1.40), and "Combustion Wide BRK" (using filename 'combustw.ttf', at version 1.50) included in this distribution archive that make up the Combustion BRK font family, which was created in 2006 by Brian Kent, from ÆNIGMA GAMES & FONTS, and released as a freeware font.

This font family offers five style versions of this same serif font, the serifs are like curled slabs. Font style versions of Combustion include... II is italic and heavier than a regular weight font (but not quite bold); Plain is light (probably a little lighter than a regular stroke font); I is italic and bold; Tall is more like a regular; Wide, is of course, wide. All of these styles are complete fonts with uppercase, lowercase, numerals and punctuation.


My understanding is that...

This is a freeware font family package archive. Any font in this font family can be used for commercial, professional, charitable or personal use of this freeware font family is OK, even as a web font.

Redistribution of this font is authorized by the author if it is not altered and is distributed with the original and unaltered "combustion.txt" text file, and as long as the font is not sold (not even as a part of a larger collection), unless prior consent has been secured from the authoring designer.

This understanding is based on the license ound in the file "combustion.txt" by the authoring font designer. For specific details on the use of this font, contact the authoring designer for specific info; Brian Kent of ÆNIGMA GAMES & FONTS (last known contact info is given in the ABOUT section that follows).


Brian R. Kent


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