The successor to Super Play was N64 Magazine, dedicated to covering (not surprisingly) the follow-up to the SNES, the Nintendo 64 console. Out went the Japanese angle in favour of a more irreverent approach and the feeling of belonging to a club. By now I was the Art Editor, in charge of the overall design of the magazine (I think I managed to get, not the only the largest logo in Future's magazine history but also the first time it appeared multiple times on the cover). This meant less time for drawing covers but I did manage to get some in every now and again, whenever we were stuck for official art to use or just fancied having something different from all the other mags. I also illustrated the covers of the Double Game Guides that would be given away with many issues. Each one featured the magazine's 'mascot' - Worldy Bloke who I'd doodled to fill a gap in the first issue. When asked who he was I replied "oh, just some worldy bloke". He was still there, still being called Worldy Bloke, when I left the mag 39 issues later.
Here are also a few of the supplements and giveaways that came with the magazine over the years. Special mention has to go to the FuSoYa (a, not so subtle, mickey-take on a character in the SNES title - Final Fantasy II and was basically me in a hastily put-together wizard get up) write your own review magnets which are still used and abused by my family to this day.