The magazine is looking the worse for the wear though - besides the vast compression (and lack of art) that happened when it became embedded, now many of the ads look rather homebrew, and sometimes ad space is filled with charity ads.
With that the magazine is taking a cue from its parent magazine and turning to "The Public Domain" for some of its value-add with a new "PD Picks" section. (Hm, come to think of it this is also the era of "postcard-me-ware" and what not as celebrated at my favorite hobbyist game-making site Glorious Trainwrecks) I'm making the editorial judgement not to review these games (in general; maybe if one seems super amazing I might throw it in as a bonus.) I was on the fence than I couldn't figure out how to get the C-128 to switch over to 80 column mode for one of them, and I think in general shareware review goes beyond what I want the scope of this blog to be. I guess maybe I will mention what games were included: this month they were Odin for the 64 and Astra Invasion 3 for the C128.
Rascals - Bob Broderick
Scud - William F. Snow
Mergee - Robert Quinn