Made up written language that has upper and lower case letters, numbers 0-9 and basic punctuation. Perfect for fantasy or science fiction.This is a clone
dice based cypher made from 2d6 sets for each letter~
the key is attached as the sample; the letters shown there correspond to the letters typed out in lowercase as default. As upper case the colors of the dice are flipped but the order of the numbers is the same for each letter.
This font is a facsimile of a substitution cipher from The Shadow #10, "Chain of Death." Letters are replaced by blocky symbols, which consist of pairs of rectangular shapes separated by a space. To encrypt a message, the symbols are connected together by their outer right and left edges. This gives the appearance of a much greater set of symbols than there actually are, and the spaces will confuse potential codebreakers. There are no numerals or punctuation. I included square brackets ("[" and "]") for two special symbols that are frequently used to begin and end sencryptions (you can type messages [like this]).
Theban, "the witch's script", a cryptography for magic and other purposes. Numbers for various symbols.
This is a font based on the "AIQ BKR" cipher, one of several invented by Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa in his writings on the occult (specifically the Kaballah). This was originally a box cipher for Hebrew letters, based on the numerical value of certain letters.
This is not a true AIQ BKR. I have added missing English letters ('e' is just so useful!) and a disambiguous set of digits 0-9.
This is a randomised Pigpen Cipher (Also known as a Masonic cipher, Freemason's cipher, Napoleon cipher, and tic-tac-toe cipher)
Randomised to provide an extra layer of difficulty, and includes a variant on the grid symbolism to allow for some punctuation, numbers and basic maths.
(Designed this with DnD campaigns in mind)
Cypher for the pangram "Sphinx of black quartz judge my vow". Numbers corrospond with the order of the letters in the pangram followed by a dot to seperate them from double digit numbers (the period and comma are big and ugly to help distinguish from this). Needed somehthing to use with a freind while they are in some undesirable circumstances :^)
This is a rough version of semaphore using a dancing figure. The position of the legs represent the position of the flags.
(Complete basic latin set). First iteration of a font meant to be used as a substitution cypher in a videogame set in a very far future. Letters are, with a few exceptions, inspired by their corresponding latin glyph. Numbers look a bit like cells dividing in a petri dish. Punctuation and symbols are designed for easy recognition.
Updated version: https://fontstruct.com/fontstructions/show/2100999/far-future-1
Konalkepota revised so that it's spaced more closely together. (IE: Each character is closer to the left-ruled line)This is a clone of konalkepota