Forgotten passwords or login credentials
The Sandbox team will never, ever, under any circumstances what-so-ever request your passwords, security keys, security questions or security passphrases.
In some support cases, we may ask for your wallet address. This is safe to give to us, though you may prefer to do so privately, as it is public record and does not allow anyone to access your wallet.
Please use the forgotten password tool on the login page to reset your password.
You can also log into your account through your cryptocurrency wallet by selecting the wallet that you connected to the account at the login screen, then signing the approval pop-up in the wallet itself. Once logged in this way, you can check your email and password in your account settings.
Log into your account through your cryptocurrency wallet by selecting the wallet that you connected to the account at the login screen, then signing the approval pop-up in the wallet itself. Once logged in this way, you can check your email and password in your account settings.
In cases where users are not getting password reset emails, we find they are either entering the incorrect email address or have made a typo in their email address field when they registered.
The login credentials to access your Game Maker account are exactly the same as the credentials you entered into your Sandbox profile when you registered. If you forgot these, please use the forgotten password tool.
- If you registered with a social network, such as Facebook, Google (aka Gmail) or Twitter, then you likely have a Venly wallet. (Note: Venly was previously known as Arkane).
- If you use the Brave browser and registered through the Web3 option, you might have connected a Brave wallet.
- Accessed via the Brave browser.
The Sandbox is unable to assist you with this as your wallet is a third-party. If there is a forgotten password tool on your wallet's login page, use this.
Generally, if you forgot your wallet's password, you can still recover your wallet with the security key or security passphrase you should have been given by the wallet when you registered it - hopefully you wrote this down somewhere.
If you are still unable to access the wallet, you will need to contact the support team for the wallet service that you use.
It is your sole responsibility to remember and keep safe any passwords and security keys or phrases.
If you come across someone asking for your password or security keys, even if they claim to be Sandbox staff or staff for the wallet service you use - never, ever give them your password or security keys.
Sorry to hear about that. Please get in touch with the support team for the wallet that you use. The Sandbox cannot assist you with third-party wallet issues. Remember, it is your sole responsibility to keep the wallet, its contents, its login credentials and security keys safe.