We encourage communication, cooperation, and healthy competition, but let’s be clear: there are lines we won’t tolerate players crossing. If you can't follow our code of conduct, we reserve the right to restrict or remove accounts from the game.
- Pick a username that suits you. If you’d wear it on a t-shirt to grandma's, you’re good to go. Wouldn’t wear it or it's offensive? It’s not the name for you.
- Play fair. There’s no glory in scamming or cheating your way to the top. Devil’s Gambit is full of villainy – our players are not.
- Pretending to be staff never ends well. Be your regular, rebel self or you’ll risk an awkward run-in with the actual Space Punks crew.
- Unclear on whether something’s against the rules? Better not to do it.
- Uncovered a bug? Let us know so we can squash it. Uncovered a big bug?
- Using or purposely exploiting cheats or bugs is a swift way to end up in our bad books.
- Nope! We don't tolerate hate language, slurs or other phrases that target specific people or groups.
- No bots or macros. Devil’s Gambit has enough going on without adding that gunk to the mix.
- No flirting or e-dating allowed. Keep that stuff IRL.
- No asking other players for their personal information. It’s intrusive and a quick way to get your account restricted.
- Keep it classy. We don’t want to see any adult content, gambling, or messages about criminal activity.
- Know your audience – some conversations don't belong in-game. Avoiding overly personal topics is a good way of keeping yourself safe.
- Know when to call it in. If you are worried about another player because you think they might harm themselves or other people, report it ASAP.
- Know we can involve the law. If we identify any laws being (or that might be) broken or think someone is in danger, we will take action and inform law enforcement.
- Safety first. Guard your personal info like the big score on a heist job. No one needs to know your real name, location, age, or any other identifying detail.
- Stay secure. Keeping your account details to yourself is the best way to ensure no one messes with the progress you’ve made.