Sell perks for tokens using Single or Collection packs. Shop packs come with various customisable purchase limits.
Shop pack types
There are 2 kind of Shop pack types:
Single type Shop pack involves a single package (as the name implies). There are no sub packages for
Single Shop packs.
You can add existing
Single packs to a
Group packages from the same category or with different quantities in
Collections let you create sub packages that can be purchased separately.
Create Shop pack
+ Add Shop pack
+ Add Shop pack in the top-right corner on the Shop pack overview page.
Enter a name in the popup, select what
Type of Shop pack and which game. Click
Create to continue.
2. Configure settings
In the description you can summarize what is in the Shop pack. The description is shown on the Community website.
If the selected game supports the in-game shop, you can also select an in-game image. Learn more about all Shop pack settings >
3. Add actions
Adding actions is a little different for both Shop pack types. The actions are similar to Task actions. Learn more about the available actions >
Add actions to the
Delivery content tab. These actions will execute when players buy the Shop pack.
When creating a
Collection you should add actions to all sub packages. Check out Sub packages
Collection for more information about managing sub packages for Collections.
Add to Collection
Add new sub package
Add sub package at the bottom of the
Sub packages page to add a new sub package to your existing Collection.
Convert Single to Collection sub package
Add an existing
Single Shop pack to a collection, for example when merging similar items into one Collection.
Click the icon on the Shop pack you want to add to a Collection and click
Add to Collection.
Collection the Single item should be added too.
Settings, Pricing & Delivery
Apart from the Collection settings tab is it possible to change settings per sub package.
Click the icon on the right of each sub package and click
Pricing & delivery to edit the sub package settings.
Click the title / badges for a shortcut to
Pricing & delivery.
Drag (up/down) the on the left of each sub package to change the sub package order. Click the icon on the right for cloning or deleting a sub package.
Shop pack settings
Set the token price per Shop pack or sub package.
Set the token price to
0 to make the item free.
Labels / filters
Labels can be used to highlight certain items, but they also function as filters for the shop.
Limit how frequently players can buy certain Shop packs or sub packages from a Collection.
- Allow unlimited purchases
- Limit to once a year
- Limit to one purchase per [X] day(s)
- Limit to [X] sub packages per [X] day(s)
- Disable package when bought by someone (single purchase limit)
Disable package when bought by someone (single purchase limit) to disable the Shop pack / sub package for all players immediately after someone buys the Shop pack.
Determine who can see the Shop pack / sub package. Can be used to create Shop packs that are only visible to players with a specific Custom Role (VIPs for example).
Hiding packages can be useful in cases where you want to create a package to recover in-game items or to send items to admins using manual delivery, but you don't want players being able to purchase the package.
offline delivery the actions will execute regardless of the buyer's in-game status (no character online for the buyer).
This can be useful for Shop packs / sub packages that grant whitelist access, for example. In those cases the player can't join the server until they are whitelisted.
Most in-game commands do require the player to be online. Make sure to test Shop packs thoroughly when using
Support offline delivery.
Character level (min/max)
Require the buyer's character to be above or below a certain in-game level.
Setting a min/max level can be useful for starter packs or advanced packs that should only be available for high level characters.
Limit Shop packs / sub packages to specific clusters or game servers.
In addition to limiting is it also possible to prohibit delivery on specific game servers. This allows you to restrict a package to a specific cluster but rule out certain servers in that cluster.
Set up an image for the Shop pack / sub package.
In-game images are only supported for games that have the GSA Integration mod available. In-game images reference to image paths in the game files and do not support uploaded images.
Manage Shop packs
Change the Shop pack order by dragging up / down.
Click the icon on the right with each Shop pack to clone or delete.
Visit shop button at the top-right to see how changes affect the shop.
When players buy Shop packs the deliveries end up on the Deliveries page.
Test or manually send Shop packs to players by clicking
+ Create delivery on the Deliveries page.