Earlier this year, we had the great pleasure of welcoming Stencyl to our collection of SDKs. Stencyl is a powerful engine for everyone, from beginners to pro game devs, and has a focus on 2D games.
This is now the 19th SDK we’ve released, and definitely won’t be the last. Our goal is to provide analytics to all game developers out there, so you can expect to see more quality engines on our list. Just like all of our other SDKs, we’ve made this integration process as quick and simple as possible. If you find yourself needing more information however, you can check out the dedicated documentation for the Stencyl SDK here.
Want to download the SDK? No probs, you can download it on Github here.
Described as a Game Studio in a box, Stencyl is designed to help developers create 2D games across all devices. What’s specifically great about this engine is that they take care of all of the essentials, letting developers focus on what’s important – making their game.
This engine allows users to easily drag and drop items, and pays homage to the successful MIT Scratch project. They extend Scratch’s simple block-snapping interface with new functionality and hundreds of ready-to-use blocks.
Similar to Adobe Photoshop, their tool ‘Scene Designer’ allows you create worlds while using familiar features, such as a selection tool, zooming, grid-snapping and flood fill. All of which will help you quickly craft complex worlds out of Actors, Tiles and Terrain.
Don’t worry however if you’re more of an experienced developer and prefer writing your own code. Stencyl has an option which lets power users create and share their own blocks, extend the engine through code, import libraries and write their own custom classes that interact seamlessly with block-based behaviors.
The best Stencyl games have reached top slots in the App Store and Google Play while being featured under the “Best New Game” section, in their respective stores. The top web games have been sponsored by major publishers such as ArmorGames, Kongregate and Newgrounds.
Platforms which Stencyl supports:
- iOS (iPhone/iPad)
- HTML5 (experimental)
Other SDKs we support
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For more information about the GameAnalytics service please read our general documentation. Our support team works thoroughly to fix every bug and checks any feedback you send through to us on a daily basis. If you need specific help, feel free to get in touch with our support team.
GameAnalytics is completely free and gives you unlimited access to the tools you need to understand player behavior and build great games. Within 5 minutes, you can get:
- A centralized view of player behavior in the game.
- Real-time insights that reflect the health of your game.
- Beautifully designed dashboards that combine KPI metrics with powerful filtering.
- Customizable reports, including automated emails of your KPIs.
Remember to check our website; we are constantly working on new features that will give you even more freedom and ways to view your data. Specific requests? Contact us and we’ll be happy to consider your idea in our development roadmap.