Cryptograms Archive

  • Printable Cryptograms

    Printable Cryptograms

    A library of around sixty cryptogram puzzles, all in printable PDF format. Each puzzle offers plenty of space for pencil-and-paper solving, as well as an online answer key if you get stuck or want...

    Generally considered the #1 cryptogram site, the online solver is extremely easy to use and allows for monthly competitions amongst registered users.
  • Cryptographs


    Offers a daily cryptograph (a cryptogram coupled with a topical portrait) which you can print and solve offline. Solutions provided for the previous day’s puzzle.
  • The Enigma Device

    The Enigma Device

    A java-based cryptogram solving game which offers two puzzles each day (one easy, one hard). The mechanics of the game are a bit unusual and may take some getting used to.
  • Literary Cryptograms

    Literary Cryptograms

    A very bare-bones online solver which offers 40 different cryptograms taken from the world of literature. Hints are provided if you get stuck.
  • IronMouth’s Cryptograms

    IronMouth’s Cryptograms

    Simple substitution, Playfair and Vigenere cryptograms are available here in printable-only format. Some cryptograms will include additional complexity (such as removing regular spacing between words)....
  • Between Waters Daily Cryptogram

    Between Waters Daily Cryptogram

    Offers a daily cryptogram in both printable and online-solvable format. Fairly bare-bones, but it works with relatively few keystrokes, and it does the job. Several...
  • Cryptograms Weekly

    Cryptograms Weekly

    No online solver here, but 10 themed cryptograms are provided every week for users to print and solve the old-fashioned way (some clues are provided if you get stuck). They also offer books of...
  • Cryptogram Game Cryptogram Game

    A simple flash cryptogram game which relies on a numerical cipher instead of an alphabetical one. One or more words are left unciphered at the beginning to help you get started. Also allows...
  • Cryptograma


    Cryptograma is a bit different in two respects – it’s bilingual (Spanish and English versions are provided) and it uses a symbol-cipher instead of the usual alphabetic-cipher. Flash required.