One problem with working a cipher on paper is that the trial and error involved just wears out the paper. A computer screen is much better for this kind of trial and error work. With Cipher it's easy to try different letters, erase the ones that don't seem to work, start over from scratch and so on.
Another problem with printed puzzles is that if you get stuck your only alternative is to look at the answer. With Cipher you can get hints that will help you along without giving everything away. You have your choice of just how much help you want to get.
Cipher also adds some color to word puzzles. Hilighting is used to make matching letters easier to find for example. The game runs in hi-res graphics mode using 16 colors and 640x350 pixels. For those with older systems the DOS version can also run in text mode.
Exercise your mind--solve a crypto-quote today with Cipher!
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