Thanks Pelle, figuring out which search terms to compare is always a bit of a dance
I tend to agree with Zidane's conclusion. As far as fantasy wargaming is concerned, the fact that new systems have emerged and generated new traffic to add to the total number of searches can only a good thing.
I find it interesting that traffic for fantasy wargaming systems seem to plateau at close to the same level that Warhammer Fantasy has always been at. Even more interesting is that search interest in Warhammer Fantasy hasn't died off (I can only assume that those searches direct the searcher towards Age of Sigmar).
What the stats can't comment on is whether any particular game system is a "success" or not. Kings of War doesn't seem to have gained much by way of search traffic, but all indications from Mantic are that their 2nd Edition rules have been wildly successful. Similarly, T9A may not have the search volume of the other game systems yet, but they have succeeded in their goals of producing a ruleset to be used by ETC and other tournaments and have attracted support from a wide range of independent miniatures designers.
At any rate, there are no indications here that any system is less than completely healthy. Anything I've heard to the contrary has been little more than speculation and anecdote.