Here at Byrd Apps LLC we use Unity 3D game engine to make our games. We do not collect any personal data within our games. We do use Unity 3D Ads and Analytics and Firebase Crashlytics in our games. We use Unity Ads to help make a little money for creating the games which are Free and don’t interfere with game play. Unity Analytics is used to track the number of users and their usage. Firebase Crashlytics is used to track crashes to help identify issues users may have to produce better games for users. Unity claims in their FAQ what data they collect says, “ I play a game that uses Unity Analytics, what do I need to know? Unity has collected device information, like IP address and device identifiers, as well as events completed or actions taken within the game, including level, number of credits, time it took you to earn them, metadata about in-game communications and the value and details of purchases. Using our systems, the developer of the game has ongoing access to this data. This collection and use of data makes it possible for your experience to operate as expected by permitting you to do things like redeem rewards you have earned or return to where you left off in a game. Other Unity customers may have access to aggregated reports about game activity in general across a number of games. These reports are based, in part, on your game activities, but do not specifically identify you or your device. The reports described in this paragraph help developers make decisions on optimal methods to run the games they have made for you. For example, the developer may need to know the types of devices running the game to determine how to support game updates on an ongoing basis. Some data collected by Unity Analytics may be used by Unity Ads for personalized advertising; see the FAQs related to advertising for more information. I received an ad from Unity Ads, what do I need to know? Unity Ads has probably collected device information, like IP address and device identifiers, and information regarding the delivery of ads and your interaction with them, all of which may be shared with ad publishers and attribution companies. For clarity, Unity collects the following data: whether you click or tap an ad for a new game, whether you watch the ad or play a game frequently, whether others playing a game like the one you’re playing have downloaded a particular new game, and whether you download and install the new game you see advertised. All of this is for purposes of predicting the types of new games that you might like to download. Unity may track additional data about you in the future for purposes of making these types of predictions, and we will notify you prior to new data collection”.