Pandora's Blocks is a new kind of box. A better box. A box that contains things unheard of in the world of humans, a box that dissolves problems and anxieties and casts them unto the wind, a box that turns the words you say and the thoughts you think into ambrosia. Do the right thing and don't not not de-un-open the box. There are bad things living in there.
You must repost this message on Facebook within 30 seconds. If you don't warn at least 12 people about the dangers of pixel fonts by tomorrow, your great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandma will rise from the dead and raid your kitchen. She was a master Sandwichologist employed by Sir Francis Bacon himself. Repeat, DO NOT OPEN THE BOX.
Experimental 12-segment display. This is my attempt at making an ultra-small segmented display suitable for printing on actual pixel art screens. As far as I know, this is the first fusion of Latin-style microfont and segmented display.
Initially I tried making this with 3px long segments, but the result looked almost exactly like Calculatrix 12. So I shrank it down to 5x5 to ensure it would take on its own look.
Of course, your pixel art style still needs to be a pretty big one for this font to work well - I recommend a display area of 82*7px or more.
See also:Pandora's Blocks
Possibly the last entry in the Derpberd family: A font which looks like the original Derpberd at pixel size, gets fuzzy at larger sizes, and finally reveals its racing-esque checkerboard pattern once you've enlarged it enough.
Original size: 5pt (use multiples of this value for pixel perfection)This is a clone of Derpberd
Gingham Girl is defined by a rather strict grid, making it uniform in nature, especially in the upper-case letter forms. The UPPER and lower cases use different size checkerboards and the short ascenders on some of the letters provide for a surprising kind of variety in the repeated forms.