Top 50 Free Cyberpunk and Tech Fonts

What’s not to love about the dafont typeface repository? The main reason why indie comic book authors, game developers and designers like it is that a large chunk of the items are public domain, which means they can use it for commercial projects. The database is huge – I reckon there are more than 10,000 fonts listed and obviously not all of them are suitable when it comes to the more techy and geeky font consumer.

For this top-list I decided to collect the 50 most useful techy fonts out there. Theses are typefaces that either me or my colleagues have actually used in real-life projects. Because some of these are created by amateurs (and fair play to them, they’ve done a tremendous job!) you will find characters that could do with some tweaking once you’ve converted your text to outlines. These fonts are free or public domain to my best knowledge but because the fonts on dafont are submitted by authors and their circumstances may change, it’s advisable to always read the readme.txt that is included with the download archive to make sure this is still the case. This list comes in no particular order!

Cyberpunk Fonts

If a little bit of darkness and grunge seems like your sort of stuff, you’ll love this selection of cyberpunk typefaces.

1. Harker by Neale Davidson

Harker by Neale Davidson
Harker

2. Typewrong by Flat It

Typewrong by Flat-It real
Typewrong

3. Shagadelic by Digital Graphic Labs

Shagadelic
Shagadelic

4. Decade by Anthem Type

Decade
Decade

5. Tribal by Vigilante Typeface Corporation

Tribal by Vigilante Typeface Corporation
Tribal

6. MK Stencil Sans Black by Manfred Klein

Mk Stencil Sans
Mk Stencil Sans

7. Haunting Attraction by Sinister Visions

Haunting Attraction
Haunting Attraction

8. Scorch Flash by Ezkiel Hughes

Scorch Flash
Scorch Flash

9. Ink Tank by Ænigma

Ink Tank
Ink Tank

10. Lead Coat by .ttf

Lead Coat
Lead Coat

11. Boycott Font by Flat It

Boycott
Boycott

12. Amaz Mega Grunge One by Amazingmax

Amaz Mega Grunge
Amaz Mega Grunge

13. Broken Type by Galdino Otten

Broken Type
Broken Type

14. El Diablo by defaulterror

El Diablo
El Diablo

15. Alpaca 54 typeface by Dirt2.com – SickCapital

Alpaca 54
Alpaca 54

16. Thorne by Footnote Fonts

Thorne
Thorne

17. Yataghan by Daniel Midgley

Yatagan
Yatagan

18. Decrepit by Ænigma

Decrepit
Decrepit

19. You can make your own font by Andreas Johansson

You Can Make Your Own Font
You Can Make Your Own Font

20. Fiolex Mephisto by Fiolex Software

Fiolex
Fiolex

21. Type Wrong by Digital Graphic Labs

Type Wrong
Type Wrong

Rollerball AKA Scorpions Fonts

Although largely distopian and cyberpunk by its nature, I decided to split the Rollerball into its own little category because it’s just so amazing! Even almost 40 years on. However, this typeface was probably made more popular by the German metal band The Scorpions.

22. Bitwise by Digital Graphic Labs

Bitwise
Bitwise

23. Lady Starlight by Typodermic Fonts

Lady Starlight
Lady Starlight

24. Hamma Mamma Jamma by Typodermic Fonts

Hamma Mamma Jamma
Hamma Mamma Jamma

25. Hydrogen Whiskey by Typodermic Fonts

Hydrogen Whiskey
Hydrogen Whiskey

26. Moon Monkey by Anthony Robinson

Moon Monkey
Moon Monkey

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