The Sprykski alphabet appears in the PC videogame Spryke, where it is used by a fictional, futuristic race. It was designed by Dave Bleja, and is loosely based on Glagolitic; more information about the alphabet's design process can be read here.
Sprykski contains 52 letters, and can natively be used to write English, Polish, and other Slavic languages. In addition, it contains several designated letters for sounds that typically require two or more letters in those languages (such as the th [θ/ð] and ng [ŋ] sounds in English, or the dź [dʑ] sound in Polish) as well as some sounds that are not found in either English or Slavic languages (such as certain clicking sounds).
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