Roblox is an online game platform and game creation system developed by Roblox Corporation. It allows users to program games and play games created by other users. It started its journey in 2006. This game became very popular after its release. But now a lot of discussions have started about the logo font of this game. Different people have different opinions about the Roblox logo font. After visiting many websites and researching Roblox’s logo, we guess that Gill Sans Ultra Bold font has been used in the logo of this game.
Gill Sans is a Sans Serif Typeface designed by The British branch of Monotype in 1928. It is a freeware font. If you want to download gill sans font for your personal usage, Click the Download Gill Sans Font button below. However, you will not find this font like Roblox game’s logo font. You need to customize it.
A few days after the logo of this game was unveiled on January 10, 2017 ReclusionsHD at DeviantArt created a font named Roblox-2017 based on the logo. You can also use this inspired Roblox font instead of gill sans if you want. The designer has not commented on the license of this font, but I think it would be better to talk to the designer before using it for commercial purposes. If you want to contact the designer, click on the Contact button below. You can also click the Download Roblox Font button to Free Download Roblox font.
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The fonts we offer you to download for free are only for personal work. If you want to use these fonts for commercial purposes, you need to purchase a license.
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