Fonts Collections: Over 31,000 Fonts (TTF, OTF, FON, AFM, PFB & PFM)

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Published on: August 31, 2009

Yes, the title was not a typo, over 31K fonts for Windows XP, Vista, NT etc. There are multiple collections.

There are several collections of TrueType Fonts (*.TTF), which make up the by far largest chunk of the whole thing, plus separate collections for font formats like Open Type Font (*.OTF), Fixed Size Bitmap Fonts (*.FON), Adobe Font Metrics Files (*.AFM) and Adobe Fonts (*.PFM + *.PFB).

All in all over 1 Gigabyte (compressed) of Fonts, available for download at my file share.


Adobe Fonts Collection

4,000+ Adobe Fonts in PFx Format in font file pairs of: *.PFB Files (Type 1 PostScript Fonts) and *.PFM Files (Adobe Printer Outline Metrics Files)

PFM Files contain font metric information used by applications for laying out lines of text in a document. They also specify the Windows font menu name, kerning pair data, and a variety of other font-level information.

PFB is the Adobe Type Manager Type 1 PostScript font file format.

Adobe® Type Manager® (ATM) is a system software component that automatically generates high-quality screen font bitmaps from the PostScript® outlines in Type 1 or OpenType® format. With ATM, you can scale your fonts without the characters appearing jagged, and you can also enable “font smoothing,” which further improves the appearance of your fonts onscreen by using your computer monitor’s color palette to intelligently improve the rendering of characters. ATM Light also allows you to print PostScript fonts on non PostScript printers, and can be used to create custom instances of multiple master fonts.

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-PFxFntCol1.ZIP (98 MB)
  2. ROY-PFxFntCol2.ZIP (79 MB)

Adobe Font Metrics Files Collection

1,000+ Adobe Font Metrics Files in file pairs of: *.AFM (Adobe Font Metrics Files) and *.INF (Information Files)

AFM is Adobe’s ASCII-based file format used for storing font metric data as human-readable data. AFM is the standard Adobe font file format.

The AFM format is also known as the Adobe Multiple Font Metrics (AMFM) and Adobe Composite Font Metrics (ACFM) file formats. In fact, AFM, AMFM, and ACFM are actually three variations of the same format. AFM files contain base or composite font information. One AFM file is used per master design of a font. AMFM files store control and global font information for a group of AFM files. And ACFM files contain the global metrics of the composite font program. AFM Specifications

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-AFMFntCol.ZIP (4.7 MB)

Bitmap Fonts Collection

Just a small collection of 87 Fixed Size Bitmap Fonts in the standard *.FON format/extension.

Bitmap font libraries, which were originally developed for the old 16 bit Microsoft Windows V3.x, but are still used in the latest Windows 32 bit version.

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. Roy-FONFntCol.ZIP (663 KB)

OpenType Fonts Collection

2,799 Fonts in OTF Format (OpenType Font Format)

OpenType fonts from Adobe is a cross-platform font file format developed by Adobe and Microsoft based on Unicode. OpenType fonts from Adobe is an extension of the TrueType SFNT format that supports PostScript font data and new typographic features. Filenames of OpenType fonts from Adobe containing TrueType data have a .ttf. or .ttc extension, while filenames of PostScript based OpenType fonts from Adobe have an .otf extension.

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-OTFFntCol1.ZIP 
  2. ROY-OTFFntCol2.ZIP 
  3. ROY-OTFFntCol3.ZIP 
  4. ROY-OTFFntCol4.ZIP

Note: Files were updated and the old links became invalid. Check this folder share to get the most recent files of this collection. You can also find other collections there that might be of interest to you.

TrueType Fonts Collections

Unlike a Type 1 font, a TrueType font consists of only one font file, a TrueType Font (TTF) file, used for both display and printing. TrueType files are installed in the operating system’s Fonts Control Panel or Fonts folder. TrueType fonts are designed to display and print clearly at any point size.

PCL printer drivers send TrueType font information directly to the printer. Some PCL printer drivers enable you to send TrueType fonts to the printer as bitmapped images instead. See your printer driver documentation for instructions.

Bay Animation TrueType Fonts Collection

2,322 Fonts in the standard TTF (TrueType Font) Format. Bay Animation Fonts Collection. The fonts in this collection are only rough sorted by alphabet. Sorry.

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-BayAnimTTFFntCol.ZIP (74 MB)

Categorized TrueType Fonts Collection

5,567 TrueType Fonts (*.TTF) / Categorized (or better “somewhat sorted” by some categories like:

  • Alte Schriften (Old Fonts)
  • Arabic Fonts
  • Blood & Horror Fun Fonts
  • Comic/Cartoon Fonts
  • Curly Fonts
  • Foreign Look Fonts
  • Fun Fonts
  • Grafiti Fonts
  • Halloween Fun Fonts
  • Hebrew Fonts
  • Mono Space Fonts
  • Ornaments/Decorative Fonts
  • Seasons and Festive Greetings Fonts
  • Space Age Fonts
  • Sports Fonts
  • Vintage/Nostalgic Paper Fonts
  • Xmas Fun Fonts

… and other categories

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-CatTTFFntCol1.ZIP (98 MB)
  2. ROY-CatTTFFntCol2.ZIP (98 MB)
  3. ROY-CatTTFFntCol3.ZIP (39 MB)

SchriftenFonts TrueType Fonts Collection

5,609 Fonts in the standard *.TTF (TrueType Font) Format. “SchriftenFonts” Collection, only sorted alphabetically

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-SchriftenTTFFntCol1.ZIP (98 MB)
  2. ROY-SchriftenTTFFntCol2.ZIP (26 MB)

Big TrueType Fonts Collection

9,640 Fonts in the standard TTF (TrueType Font) Format. Unsorted, BIG Collection

Font Collection Download Link(s):

  1. ROY-BigTTFFntCol1.ZIP (98 MB)
  2. ROY-BigTTFFntCol2.ZIP (98 MB)
  3. ROY-BigTTFFntCol3.ZIP (98 MB)
  4. ROY-BigTTFFntCol4.ZIP (26 MB)

Also don’t forget my previously released:

Scene Pixel-Art Fonts Collection Volume 1.0

A collection of over 600 font sets from demos, intros, cracktros, demo makers and other sources from the Atari ST, Amiga and PC. The collection is 37 MB in size and can be downloaded from my account as well.

Download the Scene Fonts Collection here:

I hope you will enjoy those collection and put them to good use.

p.s. Here is the link to the folder share with all my previous collections releases.


Carsten aka Roy/SAC

  1. akatkando says:


    I love fonts and stumbled upon your site after doing a Google search for “oft font”.

    Thank you so much for sharing your collection!

    I do want to report that there are some broken links.

    Would you be interested in fixing those links? I sure would love to have the rest of the collection.

    I am sorry, I did not make notes as to the broken links to put into this message, but I do recall that three of them were for the “oft fonts”.

    I have checked the option to receive follow-up comments; therefore, if you do reply to me to acknowledge that you have repaired the links, I will be able to continue with the downloads.

    Have a great day and thanks again for all of the great shares.

    Cathy B.

  2. My congratulations.Keep up good job-your collections are the best.

  3. Hi Cathy,
    a bit belate, but I did not get around it earlier. I had to re-do the whole package of OTF fonts.

    I am currently uploading them again to my file share account at It will probably be done by the time you get the notification about this comment.

    I updated the blog post and removed the links to the individual files and added a link to the folder where you can find various collections of mine for download, including the fonts.

    I hope this helps.

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