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13th Mar '17 5:31:14 AM Doug86
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* [[MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s Doopspeak (the language spoken by the character Doop from ''[[ComicBook/XForce X-Statix]]'') was a substitution cipher using the font "Roswell Wreckage".

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* [[MarvelUniverse [[Franchise/MarvelUniverse Marvel]]'s Doopspeak (the language spoken by the character Doop from ''[[ComicBook/XForce X-Statix]]'') was a substitution cipher using the font "Roswell Wreckage".



* ''ComicBook/NewMutants'': The [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18984_6-comic-book-easter-eggs-that-stuck-it-to-man.html demonic script]] spoken in New Mutants #17.

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* ''ComicBook/NewMutants'': The [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18984_6-comic-book-easter-eggs-that-stuck-it-to-man.html demonic script]] spoken in New Mutants ''New Mutants'' #17.



* The Hebrew alphabet is used for this purpose in the Aussie version of 'Series/TheAmazingRace'.

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* The Hebrew alphabet is used for this purpose in the Aussie version of 'Series/TheAmazingRace'.''Series/TheAmazingRace''.



* When Games Workshop released [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40K Tau]], they used such an alphabet for the Tau's language.
* Used for elvish and dwarven scripts in some ForgottenRealms products.

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* When Games Workshop released [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40K [[TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 Tau]], they used such an alphabet for the Tau's language.
* Used for elvish and dwarven scripts in some ForgottenRealms TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms products.
6th Mar '17 7:54:28 PM FF32
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^ ''ComicBook/PaperGirls'' untranslated alien language is rendered using s simple substitution cypher.

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^ ''ComicBook/PaperGirls'' * In ''ComicBook/PaperGirls'', the untranslated alien language is rendered using s a simple substitution cypher.cypher. [[spoiler: This may be because they're not aliens, but humans from the future.]]
26th Feb '17 7:20:50 PM AcidicPinky
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* ''VideoGame/{{Far Cry 4}}'' has shops whose signboards have text which is meant to pass off as either Hindi or a fictional "Kyrati" language. In reality, it is an English cypher, with each English letter replaced by a character from the Devanagari script. This is very different from how English words are normally written in languages that use Devanagari, because it completely butchers the pronunciation.
20th Feb '17 10:44:40 PM Anddrix
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* The original ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' had a lovely-looking alphabet based on Devanagari. Invented by Michael Golden, it had a one-to-one correspondence with most English sounds.

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* The original ''Franchise/{{Micronauts}}'' ''ComicBook/{{Micronauts}}'' had a lovely-looking alphabet based on Devanagari. Invented by Michael Golden, it had a one-to-one correspondence with most English sounds.
14th Feb '17 5:46:13 AM lu127
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* Melnics in ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' looks graphically like angular, runic Sanskrit, but it's a (good) English cipher.
** Many Tales games have text which are cyphers, or in the extreme cyphers where the new letters actually look similar to they're English counterparts, making it actually fairly legible if you look hard enough.

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* ''Franchise/TalesSeries'':
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Melnics in ''VideoGame/TalesOfEternia'' looks graphically like angular, runic Sanskrit, but it's a (good) English cipher.
** Many Tales games have text which ''VideoGame/TalesOfInnocence R'': The Triverse language Kongwai and QQ are cyphers, or in the extreme cyphers where the new letters using is actually look similar backwards Japanese with slight modification in the spelling, such as when the reversed sentence is supposed to they're English counterparts, making it actually fairly legible if end with consonant. This is noticeable on New Game+, where you look hard enough.can decipher their speech.
27th Jan '17 6:47:12 PM Mhazard
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* The runes of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''. Comes with three variants!

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* The runes of ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''. Comes They are not just a substitution cypher, they are also [[GratuitousGerman in German]]. They also come with three variants!
27th Jan '17 8:00:22 AM Jaro7788
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* ''VideoGame/{{Killzone}}'' feartures a Helghan alphabet (although since there is no in-universe Helghan language and the people of Helghast speak standard English, creating the script was probably motivated more by politics than any actual necessity).
2nd Jan '17 9:28:30 PM FiliasCupio
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* Used for the Thargon language in excellent picture book "Why", by Lindsey Camp, illustrated by ''[[Literature/LittlePrincess Tony]]'' ''[[Literature/AmberBrown Ross]]''.
20th Dec '16 1:27:21 PM Tightwire
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** Ancient Autobot and Predacon Graffiti fonts are also canon and available for download as fonts.
** The Cybertronic Optical Code in its written form is compatible with Morse Code, with circles for dots and semi-circles for dashes.

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** Ancient Autobot and Predacon Graffiti Decepticon fonts are also canon and available for download as fonts.
in use across the various series.
** The Cybertronic Optical Code in its written form (in TransformersAnimated) is ''literally'' a Cypher Language, being compatible with Morse Code, Code but with circles for dots and semi-circles for dashes.
20th Dec '16 1:09:29 PM Tightwire
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Frequently people make these fonts available for download to use as actual fonts when typing.



** Ancient Autobot and Predacon Graffiti fonts are also canon and available for download.

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** Ancient Autobot and Predacon Graffiti fonts are also canon and available for download.
download as fonts.
** The Cybertronic Optical Code in its written form is compatible with Morse Code, with circles for dots and semi-circles for dashes.
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