Mobile game developer Supercell (creators of Clash of Clans, Clash Royale) are upping their upping their commitment to Safe and Fair Play in their games in an effort to provide a level playing field for everyone.
As detailed by Supercell today, players using prohibited 3rd party software will face disciplinary action. The developer threatened such users with permanent bans.
“We consider “bot” and “mod” use cheating, and strongly encourage players to remove any aforementioned programs from their devices,” Supercell said. “By offering this warning, we hope to give all players a chance to enjoy our games the Fair way.”
Supercell added this is not a “one time thing,” but rather an “ongoing initiative designed to safeguard all games going forward.”
“Advances in tools have given us the chance to be more proactive than ever. We intend to do more in the future,” the developer promised.
Over on Supercell’s website, you can read up more about the developer’s Safe and Fair Play policity, which includes the prohibiting of third party software (hacks, mods, bots, or programs that unfairly alter game functionality); unauthorized gem selling and game economy abuse; and buying and selling game accounts.