I've found a very easy and cool way to do that using a special web font convert to the light "woff" format ... ;-p
No Google web font with this kind of "digital" effect (as supposed) but i've found a classic windows font (http://www.dafont.com/ds-digital.font)... after searching a little more i discover the "woff" font format (Web Open Font Format) which is very light and support by all recent browsers ... searching more again a free web tool to convert my font format to "woff" (http://www.fontsquirrel.com/fontface/generator), this tool also create a stylesheet to use it ... so my only real work was removing some unused data in the stylesheet ! (10 seconds).
So now i use C2 import files feature to bring access to this stylesheet and the digital font ... the last thing is just to use "set web font" on the text object and ...
... a cool digital web font is in your project and working "everywhere" ! ;-p ... I share the project capx Here (with the digital font) for testing and use it in your own projects* ... thanks to report bugs if so ;-p
If you just want to test the result it's Here ...
Test working on pc all browsers and safari ios 5.1.1 ... the arial standard font is replace by the digital one by local url so it could take sometimes 2 seconds to the new font to be loaded (will be fixed in next release).
I discover now all this is explained in a scirra tutorial ;-p ... so the only thing interesting here is the use of the "import feature" which make your font embelled in your project.
* this font is a shareware font please contact author if selling a project using it (DS-Digital by Dusit Supasawat)