Top 50 Bestselling #GameLit Ebooks on Amazon ending 06 Dec 2017

If it’s Wednesday – it’s the top 50 in #GameLit.  Books are ranked on sales and are tagged as #GameLit either by the author, publisher or Amazon’s algorithm.

Rank Kindle Book Title Author Reviews Page No(s)
1 Halcyon Rising: Breaking Ground Stone Thomas 21 233
2 Rapture (Apocalypse Gates Author’s Cut Book 1) Daniel Schinhofen 45 383
3 Dungeon Calamity (The Divine Dungeon Book 3) Dakota Krout 230 405
4 Dungeon Lord (The Wraith’s Haunt – A litRPG series Book 1) Hugo Huesca 114 332
5 Viridian Gate Online: Cataclysm: A litRPG Adventure (The Viridian Gate Archives Book 1) James Hunter 148 307
6 Black Hat (Afterlife Online Book 2) Domino Finn 35 365
7 The Pantheon Moves (Emerilia Book 10) Michael Chatfield 65 355
8 The Greystone Chronicles Book Two:  The Dire Lands Dave Willmarth 24 647
9 Dungeon Player: A LitRPG Dungeon Core Adventure (Glendaria Awakens Trilogy Book 1) Jonathan Brooks 26 141
10 Delvers LLC: Adventure Capital Blaise Corvin 112 607
11 Reboot (Afterlife Online Book 1) Domino Finn 113 470
12 War Aeternus: The Beginning Charles Dean 68 463
13 Quest for Camlan: A LitRPG Adventure (Camlan Realm Book 1) A.T. Gilbert 2 266
14 Shadow Corps: A Space Opera Fantasy Justin Sloan 50 316
15 The Greystone Chronicles: Book One:  Io Online Dave Willmarth 75 441
16 Delvers LLC: Welcome to Ludus Blaise Corvin 414 598
17 Delvers LLC: Obligations Incurred Blaise Corvin 170 468
18 Lewd Shadowmancer: The Concubine Contract: A Dark Fantasy Digital Adventure Eden Redd 6 270
19 Steele Alchemist: A LitRPG Series Deck Davis 22 452
20 Accidental Warrior: Book 2 in the LitRPG Accidental Traveler Adventure Jamie Davis 24 341
21 Alpha Test Subject #3435: A Roguelike LitRPG Adventure (Chronicles of Alamor Book 1) Adam Myhr 7 201
22 Accidental Thief: Book One in the LitRPG Accidental Traveler Adventure Jamie Davis 70 314
23 A Trap for the Potentate  (The Dark Herbalist Book #3) LitRPG series Michael Atamanov 0 PO
24 Wounded Legion: a mech LitRPG novel (Armored Souls Book 2) Xavier P. Hunter 1 325
25 Unbound Deathlord: Challenge Edward Castle 247 806
26 The Thousand Years War – A LitFPS/GameLit Sci-Fi Novel: Life’s a Beach Expansion Pack/Story Angel Ramon 1 280
27 Rapture (PG-16) (Apocalypse Gates) Daniel Schinhofen 4 371
28 Pangea Online Book One: Death and Axes S.L. Rowland 54 298
29 The Conduit: Book One: Epic Online Erik Anderson 13 166
30 You’re Not Allowed to Die (The Twenty-Sided Eye Series Book 1) Kip Terrington 118 352
31 Luck Stat Strategy (Secret of the Old Ones Book 1) Blaise Corvin 128 236
32 The Luckless: A MMORPG and LitRPG Online Adventure (Second Age of Retha Book 1) A. M. Sohma 60 268
33 Continue Online Part 2: Made Stephan Morse 38 370
34 The Feedback Loop (Books 1-3): (Scifi LitRPG Series) (The Feedback Loop Box Set) Harmon Cooper 48 710
35 The Curse of Rion Castle (The Neuro Book #2) LitRPG Series Andrei Livadny 14 505
36 Fantasy Online Polynya: A LitRPG Saga Harmon Cooper 15 424
37 The Desperate Quest: A MMORPG and LitRPG Online Adventure (Second Age of Retha Book 2) A. M. Sohma 45 307
38 Dead Mech Walking: a mech LitRPG novel (Armored Souls Book 1) Xavier P. Hunter 35 417
39 Continue Online Part 1: Memories Stephan Morse 76 314
40 The Thousand Years War: A LitFPS Sci-Fi Novel Angel Medina 54 385
41 The Harem Girl: A LitRPG Fantasy: New Complete Edition Quinn Dallas 12 160
42 ALT-Reich: A LitFPS Novel Craig Saunders 0 170
43 Gamer Girl in the Orc King’s Harem Cat Wilder 9 PO
44 Continue Online Part 3: Realities Stephan Morse 26 390
45 Depths of Camlan: A LitRPG Adventure (Camlan Realm Book 2) A.T. Gilbert 0 PO
46 Office Wars: Bathroom Politics James Patton 6 300
47 Drake’s LitRPG Megabundle (7 Books) Adam Drake 2 1398
48 Continue Online Part 4: Crash Stephan Morse 15 334
49 The Feedback Loop (Books 4-6): Sci-fi LitRPG Series (The Feedback Loop Box Set Book 2) Harmon Cooper 4 945
50 The Reapers (The Neuro Book #3) LitRPG Series Andrei Livadny 0 PO
  • People have asked why we only publish #GameLit bi-monthly having noticed we publish the bestselling #LitRPG weekly.  As it stands now, there are just not enough publishers using the keyword or hashtag.  A weekly list would vary widely and skew the results of the organic sales data.  As it stands now, this list is not an aggregate.   We compile data over a two week period.  Otherwise, the results would be all over the place because the sale of just a few books can bump an author from #75 to #30 overnight.  We believe that in order to produce a truer tabulation, bi-monthly is the right choice for now.

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