Top Secret (magazine)
Top Secret is a Polish magazine devoted to the subject of computer and video games, as well as to culture and events connected with them. The first edition of the magazine was published between 1990-1996 by the Bajtek Publishing Cooperative, and it was the first magazine of this type in Poland. 54 issues were released. The second edition was published between 2002-2003 by Axel Springer Poland as an attempt to restore the title.
References[edit | edit source]
- "TOP SECRET – historia kultowego pisma w 9 okładkach - Polygamia". polygamia.pl.
- "To się czytało: Moje w Top Secrecie początki". Gamezilla.
- "Galu.info - Marcin "Borek" Borkowski. Wywiad". www.galu.info.
Further reading[edit | edit source]
Others articles of the Topic Journalism : The Portland Mercury, George Eaton (journalist), OhChouette, Guardian Monthly, Nikola Aćin, Buck Sexton, Joseph Barton Elam Jr.
Others articles of the Topic Poland : Thames British School Warsaw, John Moorhead (footballer), Permanent Representative of Poland to the United Nations, Electroftalm, Polish American
Others articles of the Topic Video games : Amnesty the game, Zero Deaths, Antinomy of Common Flowers, Hospital Manager Online, Boogie2988, PAKO (video game), Kevin Horton
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