The main text font used for the laptop variant of the Mega Duck game console, a device that usually came in a form very reminescent of a Game Boy. I discovered this device and font through Ashens' YouTube video on the Mega Duck.
I like the font's vaguely Art Deco stylings, so I'm preserving it here.
Note that since I don't own a Mega Duck myself, I am unable to see every glyph. I had to come up with a few myself. They're consistent to the style but may not reflect the look of the actual hardware. The system does seem to have excellent language support so I hope a Mega Duck owner sees this...
Also inconsistent to the actual font is the spacing. The original looks like Monospaced 8px, but the width of "0" makes this impractical.
Finally, bear in mind that each "pixel" on the Mega Duck had lines of separation between itself and its neighbors. I've changed the brick size to 0.8 in an attempt to simulate this. It takes an immense size to accurately reproduce the grid, so I consider this design to be in the High Resolution Pixel category.