You'll find new cryptograms weekly on this page. Look for new clever or amusing cryptogram puzzles every week!
Can you decode these rather clever definitions? Both use the same encryption. HINT: You won't these in your dictionary! :)
Winter Travel Alerts
If you're someone who has to travel on snow-covered roads this time of year, you're sure to appreciate these travel alerts. Both items use the same code.
You'll be reminded of the true meaning of Christmas as you solve this week's cryptogram.
Think about all the interesting fictional characters that are part of the Christmas season as you decode this list.
A well-known Christmas song is the inspiration for this interesting quotation.
This cryptofamily lists some wonderful things that I hope are part of your life!
Here's one more round of wisdom from around the world. You just might get a chuckle from these proverbs which originated in two different cultures. The cultures are given in parentheses. Both use the same code.
Remember to come back and solve more cryptograms weekly!
I have two puzzles for you this week: a cryptofamily of Halloween treats, and a little old poem about autumn which you can find on the printable version. Each puzzle uses a separate encryption.
Worldwide Wisdom #3
Here are three more interesting bits of wisdom, from two different cultures. They address the same subject and use the same key. Enjoy!
Worldwide Wisdom 2
Here's the second installment on my series of great quips, quotes and proverbs from around the globe. This time, there are three separate statements to solve, all on the same topic, but with very different slants. All three puzzles use the same key.
Worldwide Wisdom 1
For the next few weeks, I'll be running some quotes and
proverbs from around the world, because wisdom abounds around the globe! Here's
the first sample. (Both statements use the same code.)
Here's a simple cryptofamily for you to solve. Enjoy!
A Tight Economy
One business owner finds a creative way to save money. It's very entertaining!
It's time to celebrate the birth of my country, the U.S.A. No
matter where you live, I hope you'll enjoy decoding this
cryptofamily of words related to the special day! And don't miss this 4th of July word search puzzle!
A Little Less Conversation?
Solve these cryptoquotes to learn what some famous wordsmiths have to say about the title topic. Both quotations use the same code.
Here's a crypto-family featuring that all important topic: MONEY
Thanks for visiting our weekly puzzle page! Please note that we have lots more cryptoquotes, cryptograms and cryptofamilies listed here.
Here's just a sample of a few of our popular cryptofamilies:
British Royal Family: Uncover the names of both past and present Royals
Dressed to Dazzle: How many of these do you wear when you dress up?
TV Game Shows from the 70s / Movies from the 70s : Two fun cryptofamilies here. Take a trip down memory lane OR uncover some titles that are familiar to your parents and grandparents!
Famous Chicagoans: Any Windy City experts out there?
Smelly Stuff Cryptogram Puzzle: See if you can come up with this list of smelly things.
Ups and Downs: What comes up? What goes down?