By playing our awesome game you, and if you are a child, your parent or guardian, agree to these ten Rules.
Have Fun. You agree to have fun while playing our game.
Player Display Name. Be nice. We recommend using only your first name or your initials. If you want to share your game progress pick a friendly (not a bad word) display name.
Game Progress. You may share your game progress with someone once a day by entering their e-mail address. The e-mail will come from your display name so make sure it goes to a person expecting it like your parent, guardian or teacher. You are responsible for all e-mails you send from the game.
Game Coins and Points. If you do a great job you will earn points and coins! Sadly, they have no real cash value (it is pretend money). There are no in-app purchases and we will not ask you for real money or a credit card.
Warranties and Liability. There are none; it is a free game that we are letting you use as-is because we are nice like that. We did not sell it to you so we still own it, which means we may not even fix bugs or errors. In fact, we are not liable (owe you anything) for damages of any kind, including but not limited to becoming too excited and being punished for jumping around or yelling in class. We disclaim all warranties, express or implied, including, but not limited to, implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose and we are not liable for direct, indirect, incidental, punitive and consequential damages. Basically, we owe you nothing, ever.
Coincidence. The story, all names, characters and incidents portrayed in this game are fictitious (not real). No resemblance to actual persons, monsters, places, buildings or products is intended or should be inferred. No monsters or programmers were harmed in the making of this game.
Governing Law. These Rules are exclusively governed, construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of where we live, which is the Province of Alberta, Canada.
Disputes. Still angry about something? Okay, we both agree to only settle our fight by meeting in person, preferably after school, at our place in Calgary and use the rules set out in Alberta’s Arbitration Act. The United Nations is a wonderful organization but its Contracts for the International Sale of Goods does not apply and neither do conflict of laws principles.