Sunday, December 1, 2013

GM Games Sales Report: November

November turned out to be a great month for GM Games.  I believe it's the first time sales exceeded 100 without being associated without a store sale or Kickstarter.  Issue #5 of The Manor was released for sale on the 21st and the driving force behind the sales.  I know before I got into this, I read books about having a fairly regular release date because it will help the sales of earlier products.  After doing this for a short time I can attest this does happen.  Most of my titles hit double digit sales.

Alright, here are the numbers.

November 2013
Knowledge Illuminates: released February 16th, 2011, print version released October 29th, 2012
PDF: 8 (12)   Print: 0   Total Sales: 394 (155)

The Manor, Issue #1: released May 5th, 2012
PDF: 11   Print: 2   Total Sales: 309 

The Manor, Issue #2: released July 4th, 2012
PDF: 11   Print: 2   Total Sales: 226 

Cave of Seiljua: released September 9th, 2012
PDF: (12)   Print: N/A   Total Sales: (507)
The Manor, Issue #3: released released February 7th, 2013
PDF: 10   Print: 2   Total Sales: 132

Mini Manor: Faces Without Screams: released April 19th, 2013
PDF:  (7)   Print: N/A   Total Sales: (251)

The Manor, Issue #4: released July 28th, 2013
PDF: 3   Print: 8   Total Sales:81
Where is Margesh Blackblood?: released August 12th, 2013
PDF: 4 (10)   Print: N/A   Total Sales: 14 (153)

The Manor, Issue #5: released November 21st, 2013
PDF: 16   Print: 41   Total Sales: 57

Total Sales for November 2013
PDF: 66 (41)   Print: 50   Total Sales: 116 (41)

Total Sales
1211 (1067)
116 sales in a month.   It's very cool and exciting.  Issue #1 of The Manor hit over 300 sales and Cave of Seiljua now has over 500 free downloads.  Thanks to all those who have supported GM Games.  I've gotten several very kind notes about my products and I'm trying different things to keep them coming and having fun with it.  I've had 5 releases this year, didn't even know until I looked at the list.  I'm hoping to get another one out before the end of the year.  With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas steamrolling closer I hope to find the time.  Again, my thanks for your support.


  1. Congrats Tim! You put out quality products, so the good numbers don't surprise me at all.

  2. A product every two months is pretty good. Keep it up!