The typefaces in the FF Eboy family are based on the geometrical/pixel-nature of screen fonts. They were created especially for use on screen/web. Intrepid designers won’t shy away from using them in print, however!
There are three FF Eboy styles: REG, TNT, and EXT. Each one is available in three weights – or rather resolutions. Alpha, the smallest, is based on a five-pixel-high grid, and has been optimized for 8 pt text at a screen resolution of 72 dpi. This is the perfect size for small print. Beta, the medium size, is based on a seven-pixel grid, and is at its best in 12 pt on 72 dpi. Gamma, the largest, is based on a nine-pixel grid and best suited to 16 pt on 72 dpi.
The package also includes a bonus font family – FF Xcreen – which also has three weights: Straight, Linex, and Double. The initial idea was to create a screen font with minimum height. Straight is optimized for 7 px on 72 dpi and the other two are for 14 px on 72 dpi.
Supports 50 different languages such as Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Finnish, Danish, Irish, Basque, Icelandic, and Luxembourgian in Latin and other scripts.
(Please note that not all languages are available for all formats.)