Standard Galactic Alphabet

Origin

The Standard Galactic Alphabet or SGA is used in the Commander Keen series of computer games. It was created by Tom Hall, who originally just wanted to make the writing on signs in the games look futuristic or alien. Then he realised that he could create a whole alternative alphabet and add cryptic messages throughout the games.

Standard Galatic Alphabet

Links

Information about the SGA
http://www.shikadi.net/keenwiki/Standard_Galactic_Alphabet
https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_Galactic_Alphabet

SGA fonts
http://www.shikadi.net/keenwiki/Standard_Galactic_Alphabet#SGA_TTF
https://fonts2u.com/standard-galactic-alphabet-regular.font
https://github.com/Mechachleopteryx/Haplopraxis/blob/master/OMG-its-full-of-stars/Sga-New.ttf

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