Genius Week In Review
Things continue to pop at Super Genius Games. We continued our drive to keep releasing quality PDF products with The Genius Guide to the Shadow Assassin and spent a good deal of time working on our next print products.
A Solid Block of Genius
With the release of the latest Paizo.com newsletter, we see that the our Pathfinder compatible PDF products have become a solid staple on their Top 10 Downloads From Other Companies list. This week three of the top ten slots were SGG products with Loot 4 Less, vol. 1 at #5, Kobold Death Maze at #6, and The Genius Guide to the Dragonrider #7. Yes, we had aa solid BLOCK of Genius there in the middle of the chart.
It’s very gratifying to see these products do so well at the home of the Pathfinder RPG, and we’re very thankful to the folks at Paizo for all their support for our newest line of products. Hopefully we can continue to put in strong showings there in the weeks to come.
All Over the Bookshelf
Meanwhile, over at the One Bookshelf group, we ALSO have been getting strong support. The Genius Guide to the Shadow Assassin is currently the #15 overall hot product at RPGNow.com, while over at DriveThruRPG it is #4 on the small press hot list. On that same list, Kobold Death Maze is #12 and Loot 4 Less, vol. 1 is #13. If you switch to JUST the Pathfinder products, SGG continues to shine with FOUR of the top 10 at each site!
TWO Pathfinder Products Next Week
Things are going so well that we’re going to have a little bit of a celebration this week and again release TWO Pathfinder compatible products. I don’t want to spoil the surprise, but keep your eyes open for an extra dose of Super Genius in the week ahead.
Cthulhu Is About To Rise
And, lest you think that we’re ONLY working on Pathfinder products these days, we’re getting ready to release our next Official Call of Cthulhu product, too.
The PDF version of Snows of an Early Winter should be available for download next week some time, and it’s being sent to the printers at the same time … so look for the hard-copy version in stores early in 2010.Share