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The name of the font that looks most similar to the lettering used in the official Yu-Gi-Oh! logo is a typeface by the name of Matrix II Bold. It was created by Zuzana Licko and released in July 2017. This font is presented in a True Type Font (TTF) format which means that it is fully compatible with all PC and Mac computers. This font is free to use for personal uses only.

Another popular free font that resembles the original Yu-Gi-Oh! manga series logo is a typeface by the name of Squealer (created by Typodermic Fonts). There are many similarities with this font, so it should be adequate if you want to create a Yu-Gi-Oh! inspired image or logo. The preview image below gives you an indication of what the Squealer font will look like when installed on your computer:

Click on the link below to grab your free copy now. Alternatively, if you don't want to download and install this font, you can use our handy Yu Gi Oh Font Generator tool below.

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About the Yu-Gi-Oh! typeface

Yu-Gi-Oh! is a animated manga series from Japan. It is also the name of a popular trading card game. The authors of this series are credited as being Kazuki Takahashi and Akira Itō. It was first released on the 6th of March in 1999. The main plot revolves around a central character by the name of Yugi Muto (from which the name of the series comes from). His quest is to solve the ancient mystery of the Millennium Puzzle.

Yu Gi Oh Font Generator Tool

Create your own unique logo design based on Yu Gi Oh Master Duel using our tool below. Enter your text, select your preferred font, choose some colors, and then slap that green Generate button. Your image is immediate created, and you can then download and use it in any design project you choose. Enjoy !


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