Again, I'm publishing this although it is not finished yet. Seems to become a habit ;-) Anyway, the name of this font is the German word for temporal paradox and this should illustrate the fact that I started this typeface as a Times alternative. As you can see, however, it took a very different direction.
I will add more glyphs in the course of time.
Pixelated or 8-bit version of the Times New Roman font. Alphanumeric, basic punctuation, and basic accented Latin are included. Foreign currency glyphs; Polish, Spanish, French, and Māori characters; and the (Russian) Cyrillic alphabet have been added.