Commander Keen is a series of side-scrolling video games that were published by id Software between 1
As a game series dealing with extraterrestrials and space travel, it naturally needed an extraterrestrial writing system. The games included a simple substitutional alphabet called the Galactic Alphabet, which had appeared in numerous puzzles over the years and was the key to finding secret areas in the game.
Years later in the indie hit game Minecraft the galactic alphabet reappears as a very subtle Easter egg homage. Modern Minecraft players (many of whom are the age of Billy Blaze, an ingenious boy) may not recognize the symbols that float on the game's enchanting table or appear on the table's menu surface when creating enchanted items, but the floating and written glyphs are nothing but the letters of the galactic alphabet of Commander Keen – as seen in the screenshot here.
Even though the galactic alphabet replaces the Latin alphabet one to one, you will not do it. Good luck translating what you see on the Minecraft Enchantment Table into real enchantments in the game such as looting, thorns, or unbreaking. The output of the enchanting table is random and the glyphs found in it are also random. What you see on the pages of the book when you try to do an enchantment is a gibberish, which is generated from a list of a few dozen random words.