A recreation of the font used on the early CRT terminals from IBM, based on this source by Marcin Wichary.
I find there is a particular charm in the crudeness of some solutions compared to subsequent iterations or other 5x7 pixel fonts (see, for example, the numerals and |C|U|Y|).
I reproduced only the characters shown in the aforelinked image, placing them in what I considered to be the appropriate Unicode place.
I tried to look for some more glyphs (comma anyone?) but failed to find reliable sources.
Based on a font identification request over at Typography.guru.
A recreation of the typeface used for the titles of the film Sneakers, evidently inspired by the MICR aesthetics, filtered through the over-the-top flair of arcade video-games graphics.
Only |J|Q|Z| are done from scratch, but most letters still needed some interpretation in order to choose what to keep as a detail and what to discard as just an artefact.
As per the samples available, it's just uppercase (plus the lonely lowercase |c|).
It is possible that the original wasn't a pixel font after all, or that the pixels weren't square, and probably it had a higher resolution than 13×13.