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Italian edition of Zzap! Magazine reborn
Poster: mordock Date: 22-May-2021 11:27:41

35 years after its first issue, the Italian version of Zzap! magazine is re-born. The issue 1/86 will feature over 30 reviews of new games for Amiga, Commodore 64, Atari, Spectrum, Amstrad, MSX and consoles on 48 full color pages in A4 format.



The magazine will be published by the cultural associations AIRONS di Vigevano.

It is possible to register to the association only for Italian readers living in Italy, at the following link:

https://oboli.zzapmagazine.it/


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