The most important privacy information I want to tell you is that the Fractal Plants game uses the "Google Identity Platform" as a login system. The Google Identity Platform is defined here as the system described on the following website: The Google Identity Platform. In order to save your progress as you play Fractal Plants, the system allows you to log in using your Google login credentials via Google's login system. When you log in using Google's login system, the Fractal Plants system uses some services provided by Google to retrieve some basic information from your Google account. When you log into Fractal Plants for the first time using the Google login system, Google will tell you what information Fractal Plants is trying to access and you will be allowed to deny access if desired.
Fractal Plants does not request your email address from your Google account. Fractal Plants requests the minimum possible amount of information from your Google account. That information includes your first and last name, a unique ID number created by Google, and possibly some other things. The Fractal Plants system does not use or store any information retrieved from Google except the unique ID number. The unique ID number is used to load your game if you return to fractalplants.com. The unique ID number does not contain any real-world information about you. The unique ID number is securely stored in the Fractal Plants system. The owner of Fractal Plants does not share your Google account information with any other organization or entity.
In the future, the Fractal Plants game will also use the "Facebook Login API" as a login option. The Facebook Login API is defined here as the system described on the following website: The Facebook Login API. It will be used very similarly to the Google Identity Platform.