The Hunter’s Code

This is the introduction to the Hunters Code - our fair play policy here at Swift Apps. We want to create and provide all players with not only a secure and fair environment for gameplay, but also a fun one.

When it comes to abusive behaviour, cheating in our games or disrupting other players’ experience, we have zero tolerance. We expect all our players to play by the rules at all times and treat others fairly.

(TL;DR): We care about creating a great environment for our players, don’t ruin that for others.

Rule 1: The Hunter respects its prey and other hunters

A part of multiplayer gaming is enjoying playing with other players from around the world. Whether you are playing with or against other players, we know that this can sometimes lead to small arguments or disagreements. The problem is when those small conflicts turn into abusive behaviour that ruins the experience for other players

Part of the Hunter’s Code is to treat everyone with respect. You should not harass, abuse or be hurtful towards other users. This can be in the form of in-game communication, in-game name, your pack names & more.

Here are a few examples of what can be be considered inappropriate:

(TL;DR):Respect everyone, don’t be a bully!

Rule 2: The Hunter respects the rules of the game

In other words, NEVER CHEAT!

Cheating can have many forms, but the idea is always the same - you try to gain advantage outside of the rules of our games.

One great example is the use of third party software. Third party software consists of using unapproved tools that can/do manipulate yours or other people’s gameplay. When you alter the game’s functionality, the third party software can provide unfair advantages while putting both your account and privacy at risk. Third party software includes but is not limited to:

Cheating is not only using third party tools. The abuse of exploits or bugs in the game that can provide an unfair advantage is also considered cheating.

We also want it to be clear that the use of emulators are considered Third Party Software. We do not provide official support for them and they can result in account restrictions.

(TL;DR):Cheating sucks and it’s against our rules

Rule 3: One Account, One Hunter

The Hunter takes pride in how and what it hunts. The dedication, the time, the experience belong to the individual and should not be shared with others.

So what do we mean? Account buying, selling, sharing or giving away ownership of your game account is against our Terms of Service and is not endorsed by Swift Apps.

Taking part in buying, selling, sharing or giving away game accounts gives a false sense of progress with unrealistic expectations. We always encourage a player to progress their own account and take pride in what they achieve. When you take part in any of the mentioned options, it contains risks that can include but are not limited to:

(TL;DR): Buying, selling, sharing, giving accounts is bad, do the work yourself.

Rule 4: Be aware of bad hunters and never become one

In addition to things mentioned in the other rules, here are some additional things considered as unacceptable behaviour and breaches of the Hunter’s Code.

(TL;DR): Don’t become someone who ruins the game for others.

Rule 5: Hunter seeks harmony

Being a victim of toxic behaviour in games can be tough. If you ever feel bullied, don’t keep it inside. Talk to your friends (in-game and outside of it) or to your family. If you let us know what is happening we may also be able to take action against the bully.

Rule 6: Hunter’s actions have consequences

Any players that take part in any misconduct in regards to the Hunters Code or our Terms of Service, can lead to punishments which includes, but are not limited to:

(TL;DR): Breaking the hunters code can result in severe punishments.

How can I report a player?

If you feel like you have evidence of someone breaching any of our terms of service or the conduct stated above then, please follow these steps to report a player:

Please make sure to include as much evidence and details regarding the incident as possible when sending in a report. All reports are reviewed by our trained moderation team. If you feel you have received an unjustified penalty, also please contact our support team and we will review your request.

Please be aware, filing false reports to harass another user and to attempt to get them punished without a valid reason can result in your account facing penalties as well.