This is a (not very good) font designed to emulate the experience of a dot-matrix display; these displays are found on trains, buses, etc. This font supports most characters up to Latin-1 Supplement, and full Unicode support is on the way.
This is the font from the MMI 6061/6161 5x7 character generator IC, with 127 total glyphs. A few of the more obscure glyphs might not yet be in the correct unicode locations, let me know in the comments.
Renaissance-style Italic font, with straight capitals & old style numerals. The lower case letters are designed within a dot matrix, albeit slanted; with the uppercase letters I have deviated from this, in order to create well-proportioned Roman capitals.
The font of computers of the VGA generation, well known from DOS and WordPerfect 5.1 in the late 80's and early 90's, now in a 5x7 matrix (with some descenders). Set your word processor to bold.This is a clone
This is the digital font used on Family Feud during the Combs (1988-1994) and Dawson 2.0 (1994-1995) eras.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era B)
This is an alternate version of the digital font used throughout the Richard Dawson era from 1976 until 1985; this version is used for the Fast Money bonus round, with the "0", "3", "6" and "9" looking different compared to how the appeared in the main game rounds.This is a clone of Fast Money (Dawson 1.0 Era A)