While haven’t published an English issue in 2018 (still have back issues on sale though!), we have produced four Finnish language Skrolli magazines.
While Skrolli is not a retro magazine, we write about interesting topics in the field of computing, regardless of when they took place. That sometimes includes old and retro things.
Missed out on the English language Skrolli International Edition? Not to worry, we still have a limited supply of the first 2016.1E issue available and of course the latest issue 2017.1E in stock as well.
At Assembly Summer 2018, the Finnish computer culture magazine Skrolli celebrated esports with a special Skrolli ❤️ Quake tournament.
QUAKET V#&&%%N! The computer culture magazine Skrolli rocks Assembly 2018 with the Skrolli ❤️ Quake tournament
Always the trendy one, this year the Finnish computer culture magazine Skrolli is celebrating esports at Assembly Summer 2018 at the Helsinki Messukeskus with a special Quake tournament.
On Skrolli’s community group, we asked what were your first computers, video games and programming languages.
HUGE thank you! Skrolli has now over 7500 Finnish and English language followers on our Facebook pages.
To show what the Skrolli International Edition is all about, Skrolli has published a new video.
Skrolli’s editor-in-chief Tapio Berschewsky goes to the interwebs and spills the beans on what is Skrolli and perhaps just as importantly, what it is not.
As told by our executive editor Mikko on Imgur: https://imgur.com/a/bBtxl
After last weekend’s Assembly Summer 2017 preview, the Skrolli International 2017.1E (+ 2016.1E bundles) is now shipping.
When the existing machines no longer inspire you, it is time to switch to imaginary ones.
In late 2012, an internet meme in Finland sparked a conversation about how computer magazines in the 21st century could be so much more.
Skrolli, the community-driven, three-year old computer culture magazine from Finland, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for the publication of its first international issue.