Locking princesses in towers in Need a Hero
Assembling collections in Mystery Manor
Adding coal to Storewell’s mines in Transport Empire
Preparing Friday bonuses in the Tribez & Castlez
Rocking with the donkey in Need a Hero
Igniting the dragon's breath in Need a Hero
Patching up defeated bosses in Cloud Raiders
Sending islands skyward in Cloud Raiders
Making stars lucky in Big Business
Gathering up Snatchins in Mystery Manor
Creating outer space in Airport City
Feeding Cheshire Jr. in Mirrors of Albion
Hiding objects in Mystery Manor
Warming the sea in Paradise Island 2
Counting grains of sand on Paradise Island
Clearing the runways in Airport City
Harvesting giant pumpkins in The Tribez
Hoisting the sails in Sunshine Bay
Petting Dino in The Tribez

Cookie Policy

UAB Game Insight ("GI"/"we"/"us”) are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. We aim to be as open and transparent as possible around the information we collect when using or accessing any GI game or application ("Service"), including through the use of "cookies" and similar technologies.

This policy explains what cookies are and how we use them. It also explains the different types of cookies we use, and how you can change or delete them. This Privacy Policy is designed to help you feel more confident about the privacy and security of your information.

We hope that this policy helps you understand, and feel more confident about, our use of cookies. If you have any further queries, please contact us at support@game-insight.com.

For information on how your information is collected and used by GI generally, please see our Privacy Policy.

1. What is a cookie?

1.1 Cookies are small text files they are stored by your browser onto your computer or mobile device. They are widely used in order to make our Service work or work in a better, more efficient way. They can do this because they can read and write these files, enabling them to recognise you and remember important information that will make your use of our Service more convenient (eg by remembering your user preferences).

1.2 Most web browsers automatically accept cookies, but if you do not want information collected this way, there is a simple procedure in most browsers that allows you to deny or accept the cookies feature (please read section 4 below for more details about how to do this).

1.3 We work with other third party organisations to provide the services on our Services. A third party is an organisation which is not hosted at the domain address in your browser when you visit our Services. These third parties may also use cookies on our Services and can also place cookies on your device without you visiting their website directly. If you would like more information about third party cookies, please read section 3 below.

1.4 The two types of cookies we use are known as "session" cookies and "persistent" cookies. These may be cookies which we use and/or a third party uses.

1.4.1 Session cookie

A session cookie (such as for example session ID, user browser/platform, support service contact time) is used each time you visit our Service to give you a session ID. We use this type of cookie to link your actions on our Service and each session cookie will only last for a browser session, at the end of which it will expire. Each browser session will start when you open your browser window and finish when you close your browser window. After your visit all session cookies are deleted. Each time you visit our Service you will have a different session ID.

1.4.2 Persistent cookie

A persistent cookie allows the preferences or actions of the user across a site (or across different sites) to be remembered (such as for example your language preferences). It has a longer lifetime than a session cookie and lasts for the period of time specified in the cookie (this will vary from cookie to cookie). This type of cookie will not be deleted when you close your browser window and will be stored on your device. It will be activated every time you visit the Service which created that particular persistent cookie. The lifespan of a persistent cookie is generally 1 year.

2. Cookies we use

To help you understand the cookies we use on our Service, we have classified each cookie as one of the following:

  • strictly necessary cookie;
  • performance cookie;
  • functionality cookie.

2.2 Strictly necessary cookies

2.2.1 Why do we use strictly necessary cookies?

These cookies are essential to our Service in order to enable you to move around it and to use its features, such as remembering information you have entered on forms when you move to other pages within a browser session. Without strictly necessary cookies, certain services which you have asked for will not be made possible and our Service will not perform as smoothly as we think you would expect.

2.2.2 How do I consent to use of strictly necessary cookies?

Accepting strictly necessary cookies is a condition of using our Service. If you reject these cookies then we cannot predict how our service will perform when you visit it nor guarantee your security.

Please note that third parties may also store strictly necessary cookies on our Service and please see section 3 for more information.

2.3 Performance cookies

2.3.1 Why do we use performance cookies?

Performance cookies collect information about your use of our Service and enable us to improve the way it works. For example, performance cookies will show us which are the most frequently visited pages on our Service, help us record any difficulties you have with our Service and show us whether our advertising is effective or not (but note that performance cookies do not collect information to display targeted advertising on other websites).

Performance cookies do not collect information that identifies you personally and all information that is collected by these cookies is aggregated and anonymous.

In some cases, we may use third parties to manage our performance cookies but we do not allow any third party to use these cookies other than for the types of purpose listed in this paragraph. For example, they do not remember information about you for the purposes of targeting adverts at you on other websites.

2.3.2 How do I consent to use of performance cookies?

Accepting performance cookies is a condition of using our Service. If you reject these cookies then we cannot predict how our Service will perform when you visit it nor guarantee your security.

Please note that third parties may also store performance cookies on our Service and please see section 3 for more information.

2.4 Functionality cookies

2.4.1 Why do we use functionality cookies?

Functionality cookies allow us to remember the choices you make on our Service and to provide enhanced and more personal features. We also use functionality cookies to remember changes you have made to our Service, such as customising a certain webpage, remembering if we have asked you to participate in a promotion and for other services you request such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. All of these features help us to improve your visit to our Service.

Our functionality cookies will not track your activity on other services.

In some cases, we may use third parties to manage our functionality cookies but we do not allow any third party to use these cookies other than for the types of purposes listed in this paragraph. For example, they do not remember information about you for the purposes of targeting adverts at you on other Service.

2.4.2 How do I consent to use of functionality cookies?

You can control our use of functionality cookies. We explain how you can manage the different cookies we use at section 4. If you prevent the use of functionality cookies then this may mean that we cannot offer some services and may interrupt your enjoyment of it (for example, we may not be able to record your request not to offer you a particular type of service). This may also mean we are limited in the scope of support we can offer you.

Please note that third parties may also store functionality cookies on our Service and please see section 3 for more information.

3. Third parties cookies

3.1 Third party advertisers and other organisations may use their own cookies or other technologies to collect information about the content of our Service and/or the advertisements you have clicked on. Third party advertisers may also use this information to measure the effectiveness of their advertisements.

3.2 We do not have access or control over the cookies placed by third parties and use of their cookies is subject to their own privacy policies. We recommend that you review the privacy policies of each of our third parties and we have included details at the link.

3.3 Cookies placed by third parties may serve different purposes. They may be strictly necessary, performance, functionality, targeting or advertising cookies. For more information on these different types of cookies and what they do, please see section 2.

3.4 To disable or reject third party cookies you must go to the relevant third party’s website. We have explained how you can control third party cookies on your browser for the main web browsers at section 4.

4. Managing cookies

4.1 You can control which cookies you get and which you keep on your device. Unless you have adjusted your browser settings so that it will refuse our cookies, our system will issue cookies when you visit our Service.

4.2 Many web browsers can be set up to ask for your prior consent before an individual cookie is set on your device. This will give you control over your cookies but naturally may interfere with your browsing experience ie if you have to accept each cookie on our Service (and on other Service you visit).

4.3 You may refuse to accept our cookies on your device at any time by activating the setting on your browser which allows you to refuse cookies. The Help feature on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie and how to disable cookies altogether. Additionally, you can disable or delete similar data used by browser add-ons, such as Flash cookies, by changing the add-on's settings or visiting the website of its manufacturer.

4.4 Please note that by deleting cookies or disabling future cookies you may be unable to access certain areas or features of our Service and it will mean that settings such as your stored username and password may have to be reset. If you adjust your cookie settings this will also affect the other websites you visit.

5. Flash cookies

5.1 We may in certain situations use Adobe Flash Player to deliver special content such as video clips or animation. To improve your user experience, Local Shared Objects (commonly known as 'flash cookies') are employed to provide functions such as remembering your settings and preferences. Flash cookies are stored on your terminal but they are managed through a different interface than the one provided by your web browser. This means it is not possible to manage flash cookies at browser level, in the same way you would manage cookies.

5.2 You can access Your Flash management tools from Adobe’s website directly. The Adobe website provides comprehensive information on how to delete or disable Flash cookies - see www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/security for further information.

5.3 Please be aware that if you disable or reject Flash cookies, you may not be able to access certain features of our Service, such as playing video content or using services that require you to sign in.

6. Email cookies

6.1 We may set cookies within emails we send to you (if you have consented to receiving emails from us). These cookies are used to track how often our emails are opened and clicked on by our customers. You can manage email cookies by means of unsubscribing from emails sent by us (the guidance for unsubscription is provided in every email).

UAB Game Insight

Antakalnio st. 17, LT-10312 Vilnius, Lithuania

Last updated: October 1, 2016