Puzzle Code    Puzzle Code

The Puzzle Code was invented by Josh Ragsdell in November of 2006. The original inspiration for this alphabet was another writing system on Omniglot, Betamaze, which gave Josh the idea to create a system where the letters fit together - a puzzle.

Notable features

An illustration of how Puzzle code works

An illustration of how Puzzle code works

Puzzle Code

Puzzle Code

Sample text in Puzzle Code

If you have any questions about Puzzle Code, you can contact Josh at: joshoroar@comcast.net

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