This lets you reset your password and makes it possible to show your username on the leaderboards.
For each score uploaded, the following data is stored:
- a replay of the game, to let other players see how you achieved your score and to detect invalid scores.
- the accounts of the players that played in the game, to know who is responsible for the score.
- the date at which the score was uploaded, to be able to sort and filter scores by date.
- a two letter country code of the country deducted from the IP address that uploaded the score, to allow filtering scores based on the country.
- the version (for example "v0.1.88") and platform (for example "Android") of the game used to create the score, again to allow filtering scores based on the version and platform.
- If you share content or data, (for example custom levels, comments, ratings, ...), the data and any information relevant to that data that could provide useful features may be stored, including the date at which the data was submitted, and the author of the data.
- Lists of accounts, for example a list of your friends, or a list of creators that you follow.
- Metadata derived from your actions, for example an average of your ranks across the levels, or some achievements you've achieved.
- The list of PewPew-related purchases, for example to allow you to enjoy your purchases across devices.
Third partiesThe database containing the information of all players is hosted on a 3rd party cloud, which currently is Google. The verification emails and password reset emails are sent using 3rd party services, which currently are mailjet and sendgrid. Those services will see your email addresses.
If you have any question, please contact email@example.com