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Scott Cram
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The first 100 issues of GAMES Magazine (September/October 1977 - October/November 1989) were uploaded to The Internet Archive last month and are available for free download:

Issues 1-9: https://archive.org/search.php?query=cre......leSorter
Issues 10-84: https://archive.org/search.php?query=cre......leSorter
Issues 85-100: https://archive.org/search.php?query=cre......leSorter

You may know it today as "GAMES' World of Puzzles" Magazine. There's more than a few magic- and puzzle-related goodies to be found in this magazine, as well:

The Magic Game and How to Play It by Charles R. Reynolds: https://archive.org/details/games-1-1977......mode/2up

My Ten Favorite Brainteasers, by Martin Gardner: https://archive.org/details/games-3-1978......mode/2up

10 Tricky Brainteasers, by Martin Gardner: https://archive.org/details/games-8-1978......mode/2up

Games Mathematicians Play (Nim variations): https://archive.org/details/games-9-1979......mode/2up

A Knight's Tour of Arizona: https://archive.org/details/games-10-197......mode/2up

Mathematical Circus - Games and Puzzles from Martin Gardner: https://archive.org/details/games-13-197......mode/2up

Magic Pentagon: https://archive.org/details/games-13-197......mode/2up

1980 or Bust Magic Square: https://archive.org/details/games-15-198......mode/2up

Sprouts: The Classic Game of Topology (Nim variation): https://archive.org/details/games-15-198......mode/2up

Disappearing Man cover: https://archive.org/details/games-20-1980-november

The Disappearing Man and Other Vanishing Paradoxes (article): https://archive.org/details/games-20-198......mode/2up

Presenting Mark Wilson and His Amazing Magazine Magic: https://archive.org/details/games-20-198......mode/2up

Meet the Mathemagician Martin Gardner: https://archive.org/details/games-26-198......mode/2up

Five Pennies For Your Thoughts, by Harry Blackstone: https://archive.org/details/games-27-198......mode/2up

The Beadless Abacus, by Mel Stover: https://archive.org/details/games-30-198......mode/2up

Horseplay (Knight's Tour puzzle): https://archive.org/details/games-30-198......mode/2up

Puzzling Paradoxes, by Martin Gardner: https://archive.org/details/games-31-198......mode/2up

Magic Trick - The Eternal Triangle, by Michael W. Ecker: https://archive.org/details/games-31-198......mode/2up

Extrasensory Deception - The Strange Story of the Professor and the Psychic, by The Amazing Randi: https://archive.org/details/games-31-198......mode/2up

How to Be a Math Genius, by Harry Lorayne: https://archive.org/details/games-35-198......mode/2up

Magic Castle Knights, by David Saltman: https://archive.org/details/games-36-198......mode/2up

Presenting David Copperfield in "Take A Letter": https://archive.org/details/games-37-198......mode/2up

If you find any other goodies from GAMES Magazine you think should be shared in the Magic Café, post them with their links here! What are your thoughts on this magazine?
federico luduena
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Thank you, Scott! For the tip as well as for your selection. Great resource. I did a bit of research on the origins of the "M Heart Eight" logic series puzzle. You included above the issue where it first appeared in print (My Ten Favorite Brainteasers, by Martin Gardner).
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