Neuropol font by Ray Larabie
Neuropol is a futuristic, regular weight, rounded ends, minimalistic sans-serif freeware TTF block font that is well suited in sci-fi or techno settings.
This is a freeware font Copyright 1996 Ray Larabie, with commercial use allowed.
This distribution archive includes the font (NEUROPOL.TTF) and this distribution archive info note.
The font designer, Ray Larabie, is a living legend in freeware fonts, having contributed hundreds that have become standard staples in modern type for designers worldwide.
This is the original 1996 freeware version of Neuropol, a wide, starkly futuristic typeface created by font great, Ray Larabie. The design is based on rounded squares which were popular in earlier techno fonts such as Microgramma, Digital and Chimes. The superelliptical stroke ends give Neuropol a harmonized appearance. Truncated horizontal strokes suggest lasers or vector-beam traces. Over the last few decades, several Neuropol related font families have been released. See the links below for updated versions.
This particular TTF font distribution archive was downloaded from the freeware and shareware TrueType font repository, Font-Journal, at the following URL:
There have been several updates to Neuropol, including the first couple, called Neuropol X. Neuropol X fonts are lighter versions of the Neuropol font...
Neuropol X Free
Neuropol X Regular
Neuropolitcal font is a bolder, square ended terminations version...
The latest version of the original Neuropol design was released in 2015. Improvements include: better kerning, higher dots on i and j, cleaner curves, heavier accents, more language support, more punctuation, the latest monetary symbols and a better @ symbol. If your application supports OpenType stylistic alternates, you can access a complete Z, similar to the one in Neuropol X.
Ray Larabie's font foundry website is Typodermic Fonts:
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