Free character design app for iOS and Android
Suggested Retail Price $0
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TFT Helper is an app for iPhones and Android phones. It lets you create and modify a Fantasy Trip character, save a library of characters, and run a hero through a solo adventure . . . and gain experience points!
Best of all . . . it's free!
As of April 15, this app is in the final stages of alpha testing. When it is available for beta test, we'll announce on the TFT forum.
COPYRIGHT AND TRADEMARK
This app was written by Andrew Walters and is copyrighted by Steve Jackson Games. The Fantasy Trip is a trademark of Steve Jackson Games.
The iOS and Android app TFT Helper (herein "the app") does not collect, store, or transmit any personal information. This page will inform users, potential users, and non-users of the software of how the app, its developer, and Steve Jackson Games handle your personal information through the app. We do not.
This app is free, and intended for use as is.
When using this app you can create characters. Information about those characters is stored locally, on your device. Game information, such as character status and progress, is stored locally.
The TFT Helper app does have “sharing” buttons that allow users to deliberately, knowingly, share characters they have created and in-game accomplishments using the built-in social sharing functions of iOS and Android. Users will see the exact message that will be sent. The sharing functions that are part of iOS and Android will have access to the user’s contacts, clipboard, and third party apps. None of this is available in any way to the TFT Helper app. The app passes the message to the sharing function and the app has no control over or record of what the user does within the sharing function.
The beta version of this app includes a sharing button that makes it easy to intentionally transmit to the developer, or anyone else the user deliberately specifies, information about the device and the operating system running on it. This makes it easier for the beta tester, if they choose, to communicate this information to the developer for purposes of troubleshooting any misbehavior during the beta test. Users do not have to use this button. Users will see the entire message that they are about to send and may choose not to send it. This function does not transmit any information about the user, their online accounts, or any information stored on the device. This function does not transmit enough information to uniquely identify the device or user.