Want to see everything that happens in your Construct game?
Now you can, thanks to GameAnalytics! It’s a powerful tool that helps game developers
understand their players’ behaviour, so that devs can improve engagement, reduce churn, and
increase monetisation. They’ve recently released an SDK, which can be integrated into your
Construct project to unlock advanced, real-time analytics - totally free of charge!
Download the Construct SDK for GameAnalytics here.
GameAnalytics have one core mission: to help you make games that people love. They want to
help you understand your players, so that you can improve your gameplay, increase your
revenues, and capture the attention of your audience that little bit more. Their software is trusted
by more than 40,000 game developers worldwide, and handles over five billion unique events
every day, across more than two billion devices.
Why use their software?
Tracking analytics in your game is essential so that you can pinpoint issues and understand
where refinements can be made. GameAnalytics is the ‘go to’ tool for indie game developers
and larger studios worldwide. Their tool acts as a central platform where you can visualize your
core gaming KPIs in one convenient view. You can also benchmark your game to see how your
key metrics compare against over 14,000 similar titles.
If you want to know how to set up GameAnalytics for Construct in a few simple steps, they have
a full guide to outline the process on their website, so you can begin understanding what makes
your players tick! You can set up GameAnalytics in a few minutes and it’s totally free of charge,
without any caps on usage.
If you’d rather take a look at the platform before writing code, then feel free to take a look at
their demo game with pre-populated data.
About the GameAnalytics Dashboards
GameAnalytics allows you to track events in a selection of dashboards tailored specifically to
games. The dashboards are powerful, yet totally flexible to suit any use case. These cover the
spectrum of important analytical information, from real-time user information, the level of
engagement, how well your monetisation is going, and even tracks the level of progress players
are making, so you can find out where they’re struggling and act accordingly.
You can find a more detailed overview for each dashboard on the GameAnalytics documentation portal.