Zzap! 64 Annual 2021 gets a kickstarter, pledges are soaring!

It wasn't long ago now that we were banging on about Zzap! 64 Annual 2020 ; a glorious book of goodness from Chris Wilkins as a revival of the classic Zzap magazine, wrapped up in the guise of an awesome looking hardback. Well it looks as if the C64 is about to get in on the action once again, as Chris Wilkins has launched the official Kickstarter for the ZZap! 64 Annual 2021; a Kickstarter which is already at the half way point and pledges are still soaring.

The original and greatest C64 magazine of them all 'Zzap!64' was launched in 1985 and ended in 1992 covering games on the Commodore International series of computers, especially the C64 with more games and news that a C64 owner could ever want during its golden age. This latest Kickstarter via Fusion Retro Books features all the best bits and more such as fabulous reviews, write ups, artwork,  done by Chris Wilkins , Jaz Rignall, Paul Morrison, Mat Allen, Robin Hogg, and many other contributing members that make this one of the best C64 hardbacks to own! - Make sure to check out the memoirs from Steve Shields, the very last Editor of ZZap, and Ian Osbourne!

But if that wasn't enough to get you excited, the Kickstarter also has fantastic perks to entice you to pledge to the Kickstarter. Early perks such as the Hessian CD album from Amicom or The Fantasy Art of Oliver Frey, but there's also a new game you can pledge for called Arcade Daze - The Game; A simple premise to a game, but those are the best. Collect the token scattered around the arcade to play the arcade games and get the hi-score!

So yes certainly a Kickstarter to back and going by the latest updates, it's well on its way to a success by next week or even this weekend!

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