Jul 182011
 

Is it Q3 already? Let’s look back on Q2, then. Summary: it’s all about watching the long tail taper. A few early numbers in for Do, though, getting a very strong debut thanks to its Kickstarter. Booyah, Daniel!

As always, you can find our titles at the Evil Hat webstore and at other fine game vendors around the net and the planet.

Title Sales Last Q Sales This Q Prior Lifetime New Lifetime
Penny 97 49 1016 1065
Diaspora 260 206 739 945
Do 0 631 0 631
DLYM 144 82 1497 1579
DRYH 242 188 3761 3949
DFRPG:OW 1087 810 9093 9903
DFRPG:YS 1346 1099 10587 11686
Wizard Dice 656 141 1935 2076
HBR 62 46 468 514
SOTC 372 298 6650 6948
SOTS 32 15 703 718
S7S 104 43 1628 1671

Here’s the more detailed breakdown:

Title Source Direct Retail/Distro PDF Special Total
Do Kickstarter 463 49 74 586
Penny IPR 4 6 4 5 19
Diaspora IPR 3 20 2 7 32
Do IPR
DLYM IPR 8 1 3 12
DRYH IPR 4 17 9 5 35
DFRPG:OW IPR 7 6 14 27
DFRPG:YS IPR 8 8 16 32
Wizard Dice IPR 15 12 10 37
HBR IPR 4 10 1 9 24
SOTC IPR 8 16 9 2 35
SOTS IPR 1 1
S7S IPR 1 1
Penny EHP Store 1 3 4
Diaspora EHP Store 33 13 46
Do EHP Store 7 7
DLYM EHP Store 4 8 12
DRYH EHP Store 9 20 29
DFRPG:OW EHP Store 83 59 142
DFRPG:YS EHP Store 96 57 153
HBR EHP Store 5 7 12
SOTC EHP Store 12 46 58
SOTS EHP Store 4 4
S7S EHP Store 4 3 7
Penny OBS 10 10
Do OBS 22 22
DLYM OBS 22 22
DRYH OBS 49 49
DFRPG:OW OBS 85 85
DFRPG:YS OBS 95 95
HBR OBS 3 3
SOTC OBS 85 85
SOTS OBS 10 10
S7S OBS 13 13
DRYH Lulu 1 1 2
SOTC Lulu 1 1 2
Penny e23 1 1
Diaspora e23
DLYM e23
DRYH e23
DFRPG:OW e23
DFRPG:YS e23
HBR e23
SOTC e23 1 1
SOTS e23
S7S e23
Penny Distribution 15 15
Diaspora Distribution 128 128
Do Distribution 16 16
DLYM Distribution 36 36
DRYH Distribution 73 73
DFRPG:OW Distribution 556 556
DFRPG:YS Distribution 819 819
Wizard Dice Distribution 104 104
HBR Distribution 7 7
SOTC Distribution 117 117
SOTS Distribution
S7S Distribution 22 22
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  4 Responses to “Evil Hat Sales Numbers: Q2 2011”

  1. Thanks for posting this. Makes me think about whether I’m getting all the sales I might be from my products, which is no bad thing.

    It’s interesting that the IPR levels are so low. Ties with what I see. Theory: useful sales on initial launch, then disappears into the bowels of the catalogue and is mostly repeats from retailers. Needs some OBS-like advertising tools.

  2. IPR’s taken some hits from me recently, first with my own webstore, then getting my stuff into wide distro. OBS + the webstore seems to have grown to consume most of the PDF share as well.

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