ZX Baveuse Do you want pixels? Because this is how you get pixels.
A fresh in 2021 production of Baveuse by prolific type designer Raymond Larabie and is probably most well known as being the typeface used in the animated TV show Archer.
I'd done a handful of heavily-weighted top and bottom fonts (see the consider section to the side), but although Clipper was probably the closest, it was quite far away from this design in terms of look and feel.
The upper-case and lower-case are often the same in both glyphs, but sometimes the vertical-weight is a little less on the lower case. I've also had to deviate from the original in a few places like the G to squeeze something usable out of the limited pixel grid.
I think it works well for all kinds of scenarios, and prose is easy to read even though the alphabet is a mix of upper and lower-case glyphs.