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Drag the letters on the yellow tiles above to replace their coded equivalents in the message. Correct replacements will stay in place while errors will return to the alphabet.
Click the button on the right to get a hint which may help you crack the code. There are many hints available and viewing them won't affect your score. Your score will be the percentage of letters you decoded correctly minus the number of mistakes you made.
There are three levels and you can earn a Transum Trophy for completing each level.
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Any single letter words are likely to be 'a' or 'I'.
Two letters followed by an apostyrophe and another letter could be it's or he's.
The most common letters used in the English language are, in order, E,T,A,O and I
The most common double letters in order of frequency are ss, ee, tt, ff, ll, mm and oo.
The most common two-letter words in order of frequency are of, to, in, it and is.
The most common three-letter words in order of frequency: the, and, for, are & but.
The most commonly used words in the English language in order of frequency: The, of, and, to & in.
The most common first letter in a word in order of frequency are T, O, A, W and B.
The most common last letter in a word in order of frequency are E, S, T, D and N.
More than half of all words end with E ,T, D or S.