A Rubik's Cube featuring the animatronic characters from Chuck-E-Cheese restaurants were offered to customers of the arcade/restaurant in the early 80's.
According to this commercial which was shared by the Animation Among Us channel on YouTube, these Rubik's Cube toys were offered to customers for 99 cents if they purchased a large pizza. I collect different variations of the iconic 80's toy, so I'm hoping to find one of these someday soon.
This scan of a Sony PSP ad was recently shared by The Arab Aquarius. I haven't come across it in a gaming magazine, and I'm pretty sure I would have noticed it if I had. The idea is that she's so fascinated by game that she is completely oblivious to the gust of air coming up from the subway grating.
Zelda II: The Adventures Of Link Nintendo (1988)
The sequel to the NES classic The Legend Of Zelda was released in North America twenty years ago today. It's not a bad game, but it's one of my least favorite in the franchise. Whether you love it, hate it, or are in-between, you can't deny that the artwork in the instruction booklet is pretty awesome!
I think my favorite is the drawing of Link using magic in the top right corner.