The user account(s) that you register, herein referred to as "Your account" or simply "account", is owned by ClassiCube. ClassiCube reserves all rights to delete, disable, or modify accounts, or deny anyone access to the website, as seen fit.
Your account must follow these rules, or it will risk being deleted, disabled, or banned.
Registering alternative accounts is fine as long as you don't go overboard. It is up to the site administrators to decide what "overboard" entails, but action will only be taken if it is found to be abusive.
Additionally, your account may be deactivated if you are found to be using it to perform illegal activities. There is a zero-tolerance policy in place for any illegal activity performed via a ClassiCube account.
The forums are available to all members of ClassiCube. The ability to post may be revoked if you break community guidelines. You can find these guidelines linked to at the top of the forums, listed as "Guidelines".
Generally speaking, ClassiCube has no control over what players say in multiplayer, nor what players say or do on other platforms, such as Discord or WhatsApp.
We discourage illicit activity, and in extreme cases will disable accounts found to be used for such activities. Due to the nature of the game, it can be hard to verify claims against players. This does not mean that we do not look into such claims.
You must use an email address from an approved host. Gmail and Hotmail are allowed, along with a curated list of other hosts. If you want the email host you use added, contact us on Discord.
You must be age 13 or older to register an account with ClassiCube. Singleplayer is under no such restriction, as long as you have permission from your parent or guardian to play.
While we encourage other people to contribute to the client, ClassiCube is not responsible for any issues that arise from you modifying or rehosting the client.
A popular activity for people to do is make a hack client that ignores restrictions out of existing clients. We do not approve of those clients, but we will definitely not stop them. If we didn't want people modifying our client, we wouldn't have released the source code.
Server names and forum posts are not within our direct jurisdiction, although offending forum posts will be removed, and if a server's name contains personal info, it will be hidden from the public forcefully.
With all of that in mind, have fun playing ClassiCube!