Tool to translate the messages of the video game Stray (game where the player embodies a stray cat in a world populated by robots)
Stray Alphabet - dCode
Tag(s) : Symbol Substitution
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The video game Stray takes place in a city populated by robots during a post-humanity period. Several sets of symbols are regularly displayed in town and in dialogs. These are 2 alphabets imagined by the developers of the game.
There are 2 alphabets in Stray, the first, called primary by the community, and the second secondary.
The primary alphabet has 26 signs replacing the 26 letters of the English alphabet:
The secondary alphabet has only 22 signs, the symbols corresponding to the letters Q,X,Y,Z never appear in the game.
Stray's glyphs/characters are probably inspired by the Korean alphabet (Hangul).
Any references to cats/felines/stray cats/alley cats, the video game Stray, its characters (B12, Zurks, Momo, Doc, Zbaltazaar, Seamus, Clementine) or its developer Annapurna Interactive are clues.
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Stray Alphabet on dCode.fr [online website], retrieved on 2023-01-30,