The Kongregate platform is full-featured and loaded with easy web interfaces to manage, track, and customize your game and revenue. With so many options, it can be easy to lose a link to one part or another, so this section will explain some of the more useful or easily-forgotten pages available to you.
All of the links are different for each game, so we'll use relative links here. So for example, if you want to access '/statistics', you'll go to www.kongregate.com/games/yourName/yourGameName/statistics.
Your Items Page can be found at /items and lets you manage all of the items that you sell within your game. An "item" is a Kongregate term and can refer to a variety of in-game purchases, from actual items to subscriptions to packages of in-game currency. Item prices must be set server-side to prevent player tampering. You can export or import item lists via .csv files if needed.
If you browse over to /api, you will find a few pieces of useful information. One is your API key, which will allow you to make secure transactions via our server-side API calls. The other useful info is the guest access key (and link), which can be used to test the guest experience with your game. We recommend having a good landing page as well as a call to our
services.showRegistrationBox() function attached to a "Register" button on the page. This will help encourage non-registered users to sign up and start playing your game.
While you can view your overall kreds sales in your account Kred Sales Report page, you can get much more detail by going to /kred_account for any one of your games. At this page, you can see summaries of sales by item, most recent individual sales, and export a custom sales report that includes all sales made over any time period.
Related to, and linked from, the game's kred account page, you can check out /item_usage_records to track usages by individual users in your game, as well as see how many times multi-use items have been used.
If you want to grab a JSON feed of your rating, favorites count, and gameplays for tracking on your end, you can access /metrics.json and parse out the data that's interesting to you.