Ok, ok, sales report is probably not 100% correct since all our products are available for free. Nevertheless, I thought our fans (and other interested parties) might want to get an update on the sales numbers. 2010 saw not only the release of Warrior, Rogue & Mage but also the release of five supplements that have been written by new designers like Andrew Modro or myself and by industry veterans like Colin Chapman and Brian Brousseau. Downloads for WR&M and it’s supplements have been quite strong over the last year and early 2011.
In 2011 I finally finished the layout work on Andrew Modro’s and Jason Cabral’s Resolute, Adventurer & Genius which uses the game system from WR&M to power exciting pulp adventures. Considering pulp is a niche genre, 446 downloads so far are not too shabby. But said that, I hope a few more people pick up RAG and give it a try. In my opinion it’s even a better game than my WR&M!
Ok, you wanted to know about the “sales” numbers. Here they are, taken directly from the DriveThruRPG sales report pages:
|From The Imperial Forges||1500|
|From The Imperial Forges 2||1087|
|From The Imperial Library||1034|
|Resolute, Adventurer & Genius||446|
|The Art of Combat||1214|
|The Horror of Leatherbury House||1029|
|Warrior, Rogue & Mage||4792|
The actual numbers might actually be a bit higher since WR&M and its supplements are also available through Scribd and Google Docs.