Cryptograms are simple-substitution ciphers where every letter of the alphabet has been switched. Your task is to use pattern recognition and your grammar and vocabulary abilities to decipher the hidden quote. Hint: start with the 1, 2 and 3 letter words, and remember that the most common letters in the English language are E-T-A-I-O-N, in roughly that order. Good luck!
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Easy to Medium Cryptograms
If you're new to cryptograms, or just looking for a relatively easy puzzle to solve, give these a try first. These puzzles have a much higher completion average and can usually be solved without too much difficulty.
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Seasoned solvers and those looking for a greater challenge will want to try these puzzles, which are a bit more difficult. These puzzles are successfully solved less than 40% of the time, so get ready for a challenge!
Hints & Solutions for Cryptogram Puzzles
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