In the 19th century typefaces with star-like serifs developed from the medieval type styles. Asterx is in that tradition of star-footed typefaces, though it is not modeled on any particular one.
XPawnShop is a typographical chess font; the pieces are letters. The Pawn is an awkward letter P, the knight is a horse in the shape of an h, the bishop is a decorative letter B, the rook is an elephant with an R shape, the queen is a Q, and the king is an ornate K. Two other XPawnShop fonts are made of very simple pieces, but as a bonus, both have the set of dominoes from the unicode block 1F030 to 1F093.
Onyon is a strange typeface with stems that thicken in the middle and narrow at the ends. It that will make your eyes water if you use it at small point sizes for text.
In NewLibrary the letters are on books, not in them. (The letters are from the typeface BeneScriptine).
NerdishHex is a hexagonal distortion of NewNerdish that I thought was rather interesting.
FourJuly contains three patriotic fonts that might be fun to use in July. They are also very hard to read, but perhaps not as hard as the somewhat similar letters in the fonts of FlagDay.
FourJuly A has square, blocky letters with star interiors.
FourJuly G and FourJuly H add diagonal stripes.