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Zero issue 31 (May 1992) was banned from WH Smiths and Menzies for featuring a playable demo of the PC version of Cover Girl Poker on the coverdisk. This marked the beginning of the end for the mag.

By issue 33 (July 1992), it had turned from an intelligent looking glossy paper into a loudy American A4-sized mag for console kiddies that was packed in plastic. It gave away free slime on the cover of issue 35 (September 1992), before issue 36 (October 1992) marked the death of the magazine.

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