This is Cryptogram, a free puzzle game, and the goal is to decipher famous quotes!
This game will inspire you, inspire you, cheer you up, and help you have fun!
The power of dating
Quotes have the power to inspire, inspire and encourage. When you feel depressed or unmotivated, read a few sentences, and you will see how your mood and mindset begin to improve.
Appointments are often easily forgotten. Taking the time to solve the puzzle will help you remember the appointment. You can view resolved quotes and add quotes to your favorites.
The reference can:
Motivate, inspire and encourage.
Creating optimism and hope.
Motivate and ask for action.
Give him understanding and wisdom.
Bring light and happiness to your life.
Give you good suggestions, and then you can implement them in your life.
Open your mind and see life from a broader perspective.
It all depends on the category you choose!
Choose from several categories.
Various themes! Choose a theme from "love", "hope", "wisdom", "motivation" and many other themes.
Many authors! Select specific authors from "Oscar Wilde," "William Shakespeare," "Confucius," and so on.
Alternatively, solve quotes in popular categories!
However, learning a few simple patterns and techniques can help you crack the code and make it more interesting. Are you looking forward to working to the end? Learn the basics first, learn the patterns and think outside the box to fill in these gaps.
Some cool features
• Four levels of difficulty
• Choose categories from different topics and authors or juxtapose them with popular topics.
• Share your resolved offer!
• Hundreds of thousands of appointments and more will be available soon!
• Choose the color that suits you best from +7 different color combinations!
• Keep track of solved puzzles and set them as favorites
• Tips on blocked time
• Clean design
• Custom font
The password used in the password was not created for entertainment purposes but the true encryption of military or personal secrets.
The first use of passwords for entertainment was medieval monks, who had free time to play intellectual games. In a manuscript found in Bamberg, it was stated that when an Irish visitor came to the court of King Merfyn Frych of Gwynedd in Wales, the resulting code could only be obtained by converting the Latin alphabet to Greek to solve it. In the 19th century, Edgar Allan Poe helped popularize cryptography through many newspaper and magazine articles.
In today's culture, well-known examples of crypto are the syndicated journals Cryptoquip and Cryptoquote.
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