You'll find new cryptograms weekly on this page. Look for new clever or amusing cryptogram puzzles every week!
Here's a list of 10 items related to the typically frequent April showers. Grab your umbrella and enjoy!
4. COG WOGGFRH
Just couldn't resist a St. Patrick's Cryptofamily for this cryptograms weekly feature! Each word in this list is related to St. Patrick's Day. With a wee bit of luck you'll crack this list in no time at all.
On the printable version, I've also included a fun little quip that uses a separate encryption.
What things bring about the biggest changes in our lives? Decode this cryptoquote and you'll uncover an unmistakable truth.
Happy Valentine's Day!
Just what do you get your sweetheart for Valentine's Day? Here's something to consider...
This week we have two related cryptofamilies for you to solve. Each list uses a separate code.
It's a Blizzard!
The current storm sweeping across the eastern U.S. is the inspiration for this week's cryptogram. Enjoy solving it with a cup of hot chocolate!
SNOW B VBUUDPO UWQSUXQJV DU DW XNO
KQJOLBUX EOQEZO UNQGZF UXQLH GE QW
KQQF, UNQPOZU, TBXXOJDOU BWF LQVVQW
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.
A well-known Christmas song is the inspiration for this interesting quotation.
Here's a Thanksgiving Cryptofamily for your to solve. But it's mostly NOT about food.
3. LBBM GBBM
We hope these things are all a part of your life this Thanksgiving. Thanks for being a part of www.Word-Game-World.com. We wish you all God’s richest blessings throughout this holiday season and beyond!
My husband and I recently found these quips in our fortune cookies, and they seemed perfect for "cryptogramming!" Both use the same code.
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.
Can you decode these rather clever definitions? You won't find these in the dictionary! Both use the same encryption.
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?