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January 4, 2011

Go Packers!

srikanth @ 11:59 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1294185566 ) Play

Where would you find this?

Cracked by: Sumanth Patlolla , Manish Achuth , Dibyo , Siddarth Pai , Rogi , Raghuvansh , Rahul Rajeev , Tushar S , Pawankumar Hegde , dineshk , Shwetha Maiya , shrik , jowens , Kaustubh , v.chandrashekar , Bharath , rohanquizzer , raklodramA , lanu , apar , Sanador , mankuTimma , Qbrain , xeqtor , duriel , aditthya , Ananth and Moju21

Answer:
The Standard Galactic Alphabet – used to script “Omnispeak”, the language of the Commander Keen universe.


30 Responses to “Go Packers!”

  1. Sumanth Patlolla
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet, also known as SGA, is the writing system used to depict Omnispeak, the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe


  2. Manish Achuth
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    Standard Galactic Alphabet in Commander Keen.


  3. Dibyo
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    the standard galactic alphabet in commander keen


  4. Siddarth Pai

    Standard Galatic Alphabet

    used in Commander Keen’s fictional universe


  5. Rogi
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    It’s the Standard Galactic Alphabet from the Commander Keen Series


  6. Raghuvansh
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    The standard galactic alphabet from the Commander Keen universe.


  7. Rahul Rajeev

    The Standard Galactic Alphabet. Quoting Wikipedia “The Standard Galactic Alphabet, also known as SGA, is the writing system used to depict Omnispeak, the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe.”

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S.....c_Alphabet


  8. Tushar S

    Commander Keen video game.


  9. Pawankumar Hegde
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    Standard Galactic Alphabet – Tom Hall’s original document from 1990 showing the entire Standard Galactic Alphabet , Commander Keen.


  10. dineshk
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    Standard Galactic Alphabet that makes up the alien language in the Commander Keen series. I have no idea about this game but a friend who is a video game nut helped me out on this one.


  11. The Standard Galactic Alphabet, also known as SGA, is the writing system used to depict Omnispeak, the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe.


  12. shrik
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet from Commander Keen.


  13. jowens
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    Commander Keen games (it’s the Standard Galactic Alphabet).


  14. Kaustubh

    Commander Keen!


  15. SGA is the writing system used to depict omnispeak,the
    alien language of choice in the galaxy in the commander keen fictional universe.


  16. Bharath
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet, also known as SGA, is the writing system used to depict Omnispeak, the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe.


  17. Standard Galactic Alphabet from the Captain Keen video games series??


  18. Standard Galactic Alphabet from the Commander Keen video games series


  19. The standard Galactic Alphabet


  20. lanu
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet (SGA), the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe.


  21. apar
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    Standard Galactic Alphabet from the Commander Keen series.


  22. Sanador

    Standard galactic alphabet found in the Commander keen series videogames


  23. mankuTimma
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet, also known as SGA,the alien language of choice in the galaxy in the Commander Keen fictional universe.


  24. Qbrain
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    The Standard Galactic Alphabet – a writing system used throughout the Commander Keen series.


  25. xeqtor

    Writing symbols in Commander Keen


  26. duriel
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    Standard Galactic Alphabet
    Commander Keen


  27. aditthya

    commander keen!!!


  28. Ananth
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    Commander Keen, standard Galactic alphabet.


  29. puneet_k

    The Matrix Movies


  30. Moju21

    the standard galactic alphabet from commander keen.


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