Privacy Policy

My name is Ian MacLarty and I'm the creator and copyright holder of the 2018 puzzle game Dissembler (henceforth referred to as "the game").

This privacy policy explains what data the game collects and why.

I value the privacy of my players, so the game does not collect, store or transmit any data not strictly necessary for its operation. The game stores the following information on your device while you play it:

- a list of the puzzles you've solved
- the state of the puzzle(s) you're currently playing
- your best score in infinite mode

This data is stored for the sole purpose of saving your progress in the game, so that when you next open the game you can continue from where you left off. This data is not transmitted to me and I do not have access to it. The data may be copied to other servers through backup procedures implemented by your operating system (e.g. iCloud backup or Time Machine). To view Apple's privacy policy please go to the following URL:

If you have logged on to Apple's Game Center service on iOS then the game will transmit your scores for infinite mode to Apple's servers so they appear on the Game Center leaderboards. You can disable this feature by logging out of Game Center in the Settings app. The Game Center terms and conditions can be found at the following URL:

The game does not use any other third party services that collect, store or transmit your data. In particular the game does not collect any "analytics" about how you play the game, nor does it collect or transmit any diagnostic data. I rely on App Store reviews and players emailing me for that kind of data. The operating system may collect and transmit crash report data if you've opted in to that. This is controlled by the operating system and falls under Apple's privacy policy:

The Dissembler website does not collect any information about you and does not use cookies (or any other method) to track you.

If you have any questions about your privacy with regard to the game, please send me an email: