| Indokistani Cyrillic|
|Period||2011 - now|
|Parent systems|| Phoenician alphabet
|Regulator||Ministry of Social and Culture of Indokistan|
Kryllic (Indokistani Cyrillic, or in Kryllic Индокистани Срйллик) is a form of cyrillization of Indonesian language that considered as official writing system after latin alphabet that adopted by government of Indokistan, the system was introduced in April 2011.
The alphabet using the entire letters of the Russian alphabet for the usage in Indokistan version. There are some modified letters on this writing system, such as Њ, that was actually read "Nje", on this system was modified to be used for the letter "Ng", the letter was used after the form of Њ are the most similar form with if the letter НГ being combined.
The letter Ия, Ию, and Иё are also modified to forming letter ia, iu, and io.
Since it's official adoption, the regulators has executes few revisions.
Revision number one are occures on early of 2012, when the letter "Њ", reads "/ŋ/" are included into the alphabet. The letter are adopted after the letter become the most similar forms with letter "Н" and "Г" being combined.
The revisions are taken after the government of Indokistan realizes that the dipthong "/ng/" are used frequently in Indonesian language, which become the base of the alphabet.
Revision number two are occures on March 2012, when the dipthongs "Ия", "Ию", and "Иё" are adopted used to write "ia", "iu" and "io" respectively.
Revisions number three are adopted on August 2012. The revision involving the addition of letter "э", symbolizing "/ə/".
On this third revision, regulators also agree to not to again rely on the word, but on the spelling, means that the next translation, kryllic will write as its spelling, not as the letter inside a word.