There are literally megabytes of Sci-Fi fonts available on the internet. We at the 10F Archives have waded through tons of fonts to bring you the best ones. Many fonts we've seen were just renamed ripoffs of other fonts, or had so few characters they weren't worth bothering with. Many of the fonts listed here were assembled or written by Tommy of Escondido and Co. Visit his web page for other sci-fi fonts and to read about font projects in the works. Also important to mention is Boba Fonts, a site devoted to Star Wars typefaces. Here are our many selections, each available in Windows or MacOS Truetype format. You can see the fonts before you download them by using the font preview script at the bottom of the page.
Swiss 911: Possibly the most important font you can have if you're a Star Trek fan. This is the font used for signage and computer text in Star Trek TNG, DS9, and Voyager.
Aurek Besh: This font represents the alphabet used in the Star Wars universe, the Aurebesh.
Bajoran Ancient: This font represents the Bajoran written language as it appeared several thousand years ago.
Bajoran Ideogram: This font is representative of the current Bajoran written language.
ST Binar: This font represents the Binar written language as it appeared on computer screens in the TNG episode "110001001".
Borg: This is a very cool font. It has many symbols taken from Borg computer screen readouts as seen in Star Trek: First Contact, and Voyager.
Cardassian: This font is representative of the written language of Kardassi, used by the Cardassian empire.
Deep Space 9 Regular: This is the font used for titles in the opening sequences of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Voyager.
ST El-Aurian: This font represents two written languages of the El Aurian race. Small case is hand-written, upper case is computer lettering. Both most be rotated to be viewed correctly, as this language is written downwards.
Eldar: This is a font that contains many runes and sysbols used by the Eldar in Warhammer 40K.
Federation Regular: This font is used for small print on the outside of ships.
Ferengi Pack: This set of fonts emulates the complex written language of the Ferengi. There are three individual fonts: Ferengi left, Ferengi right, and a gothic version of Ferengi right. The Windows version includes a help file by the author explaining how to write Ferengi.
Federation Bold & Starfleet Bold Extended: These two fonts are almost identical... almost. This style is the bold & outlined font used for the main names on the hulls of Starfleet ships. Federation Bold prints out fine but it doesn't render well on screen. On the other hand, Starfleet Bold doesn't have lower case support. It's your choice. I keep them both around, just in case.
Starfleet Bold Extended
Federation Wide: This font is used on the outside of ships as well, but mainly for smaller lettering and non-critical titling.
Final Frontier Regular: This font is similar to the Deep Space Nine font but is capable of small case. It is representative of the title font used in Star Trek V and IV.
Gornathon Regular: This font is representative of the written language used by the Gorn: a reptilian race that was only ever seen in the original Star Trek.
Imperial: This typeface contains many symbols and signage used by the Imperials in Warhammer 40K.
Klingon Standard: This font is representative of the written language used by Klingon empire. (as seen in TOS)
Klingon TNG: This font is representative of the written language used by Klingon empire. (as seen in TNG and DS9)
Orky: This is a font that contains lots of "Orky" symbols and glyphs used by the Orks in Warhammer 40K.
Romulan Regular: This font is representative of the written language used by Romulan empire
Romulan Extended: This font is similar to Romulan Regular but is in extended style.
Son'a: This font represents the written Language used by the Son'a, as seen in "Star Trek: Insurrection".
Star Next: This font is an extension of the type used for the "STAR TREK" in the title screen of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Trek Regular: This is the font used for names and credits in the opening sequences of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Voyager.
Trek Generation 1: This font was used in certain titles in Star Trek "Generations" and "First Contact". You'll probably reckonize it vaguely when you see it.
Shadows of Xizor: This is the typeface that appears on all "Shadows of the Empire" Star Wars merchandise.
Star Jedi: This is the "Star Wars" logo typeface. The font comes in several flavours, including hollow and outlined.
StarTrek Pi & StarTrekNext Pi: These fonts aren't complete by any means but contain a lot of useful characters and symbols. It can take a little doing to find what you're looking for, though. The first contains symbols from the original series and the films and the second contains symbols from Star Trek: TNG.
Tie Wing: This is a font simillar to the title font used on the "TIE Fighter" video game.
TrekBats: TrekBats is a dingbats font full of really interesting stuff you won't find anywhere else. It contains logos, pictures, symbols, and a lot of ship drawings. Most characters need to be at a large size to look good on screen, but to have this stuff in vector format is just a treasure.
Trill: This font is representative of the written language used on the Trill homeworld.
Old Vulcan: This font represents the Vulcan written language as it appeared several thousand years ago.
Modern Vulcan: This font is representative of the present day vulcan written language.