We do not collect any personally identifiable information about our users.

We do not ask our players to provide personal data, nor do we use any third-party tools to determine this whatsoever. While the game engines we use may offer personal data services, we do not use them.


We use the Unity engine as our core development platform. Unity is a game engine which serves as a solid foundation for a lot of features in games and VR applications.

Unity requires technical data about the player's device to work, which includes the manufacturer, hardware components, device and network identifiers and the system language. This technical data is sent to Unity and accumulated in statistics, which are publicly available. We do not have control over how Unity uses such information, yet it is also anonymous. For further details here is the full privacy policy of Unity (

META / Oculus

If you are playing with a Meta (formerly Oculus) device, chances are you have an Oculus/Facebook/Meta account, and you already agreed to their privacy policy. For more details here is the privacy policy of Meta/Oculus (