Dangerous Dave - Romero
This is an issue of PC Games magazine from Sept/Oct 1990 that Scott Miller (then of Apogee Software) sent me with some post-it notes pointing out some recent mentions of his Kroz games and an author that he was starting to publish.

Also in this issue was the ad for the sampler disk of games that kicked off the Gamer's Edge subscription product.  When this ad was made we didn't have a name for the product so they called it "SuperGame Sampler" - lame.  A while later we called it PCRcade....until Softdisk found out someone else trademarked the name.  Then we finally settled on Gamer's Edge for the product.

Some time after Softdisk ceased publishing, Computer Gaming World started using the name for one of their columns.

This is an issue of PC Games magazine from Sept/Oct 1990 that Scott Miller (then of Apogee Software) sent me with some post-it notes pointing out some recent mentions of his Kroz games and an author that he was starting to publish.

Also in this issue was the ad for the sampler disk of games that kicked off the Gamer's Edge subscription product. When this ad was made we didn't have a name for the product so they called it "SuperGame Sampler" - lame. A while later we called it PCRcade....until Softdisk found out someone else trademarked the name. Then we finally settled on Gamer's Edge for the product.

Some time after Softdisk ceased publishing, Computer Gaming World started using the name for one of their columns.

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