If you want to be absolutely sure, you need to contact the author.
Allow me to copy/paste another post I wrote earlier:
Every author has his/her own definition of personal and commercial use, so unfortunately, this is the only thing to do.
Sometimes you can find the information in the .zip file because the author added it (a "readme" text file, a pdf, anything).
If no information is available, you should try to contact the author (website, email address, contact form, social networks, anything).
If you REALLY can't contact the author or if he/she doesn't answer, well at least you tried. If the author gets back to you much later and complains, you can always show the email you sent for example.
Everything is written here: http://www.dafont.com/faq.php#copyright
I love you too amirite, but the world isn't ready for us yet.
@JohnnyBlaze, your link is not valid anymore, you need to put a link to one font only, not WhatTheFont results.
@niketan, please read your private messages.
Yes, it's a commercial font. If you need to use it, you'll have to buy it.
It's indeed an old version
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