Broken Rules is a game development studio and creative collective established in 2009.

We design, develop and publish original, hand-crafted digital games.

Our Policy

We keep stored data at a bare minimum.

That means:

In short:

Your data belongs to you.

What we do Collect

There are a few occasions where we do collect some data. These are:

Server Logs

Our website is hosted at HostEurope and runs a standard server log to prevent hacks and other malicious activity. This data is anonymised and will be deleted after a maximum of two months.


If you sign up to our newsletter we store your email address and, if provided by you, your name using Mailchimp. We will only use this data for sending you occasional emails when we have new games to announce. Of course you can always unsubscribe and execute your data rights using Mailchimp's tools.

Beta Testing

If you sign up for beta testing one of our games we naturally need to collect some data. In this case we follow our User Testing Privacy Policy.

Your Rights

Right to access data, right to rectification and completion of incomplete personal data, right to erasure, right to restriction of processing, right of objection, right to data portability, right to withdraw consent at any time.

Please contact us via email if you have any questions or requests. We will help you as soon as possible but no longer than one month later.

Responsible Contact

Felix Bohatsch
Email: yourdata [at] brokenrul [dot] es

Right to Complain

Without prejudice to any other administrative or judicial remedy, you have the right to complain to the Austrian data protection authority:
Wickenburggasse 8
1080 Vienna
Telephone: +43 1 52 152-0
Email: dsb [at] dsb [dot] gv [dot] at

Business Partners

Our friends and partners from the industry also have rights and we respect them. If you're a collaborator, partner, journalist or have worked with us in any other way and want to execute your data rights, please contact us via yourdata [at] brokenrul [dot] es. We will help you as soon as possible but no longer than one month later.