Garbleation is a form of soft encryption, where the goal is to encourage communication between humans and to discourage snooping by non-human entities, e.g. space-aliens, robots, space-alien robots, etc.

Garbleation leverages the ability the human mind to decode a scrambled or garbled text message.

A garbleator takes as input a text string, and produces garbleage, a scrambled message that ideally would only be readable by humans.

Perfect garbleation does not exist; some garbleage cannot be easily read by humans, and some non-humans can read garbleage.

This page provides an implementation of a simple garbleation algorithm below. Add input text and garble until garbleage reaches the desired consistency.

Input: Message
Output: Garbleage


Garbelation is commonly misspelled as 'garbelation'.