RPG Countdown compiled sales stats from 126 brick and mortar stores to figure out their top 100 selling RPGs of 2011.
Microscope comes in at #23, which is pretty sweet. I talk a little bit in the podcast about the connection between Microscope and my old D&D game, how I used to run spin-off campaigns in different parts of my world’s history, starting at 2:08:56 (yes, that’s two hours in). Fun stuff.
But the real story? Fiasco tops the list. Number one, baby. Ahead of both Pathfinder and D&D in the stores surveyed. A GMless, indie, very non-traditional game, and it’s on top.
How wild is that?