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This up-to-date version of my other two boards is where the preferred place to call for engaging in current conversations taking place over our network. Running on a Super-SX64 and two Rear Admiral ThunderDrives, CI3 offers a huge UD library of games, utilities, SID music and primary support for Image BBS systems.
From 1986-1993, The Zelch BBS ran on regular phone lines before being revived in 1996 as the world’s First Commodore 8-bit telnet BBS. That 1996 configuration is back again in its original colorful and whimsical glory, still running on the same C128 with the same original Zelch 128 software.
Bucko’s Den is now running on Synchronet BBS. It supports ANSI and 80 column Commodore CG. It currently is hooked up to 6 Door Servers including my own server, and 3 File Servers also including my own File Server. This BBS has FTN Networks, and it’s a lot of fun.. It’s a brand new set […]
This is a Mirror Universe BBS to “The Enterprise” Terran Empire does NOT run on Commodore hardware, but does support it’s users.. Terran Empire is ANSI graphics, so fire up your C128, Amiga, or Syncterm or whatever else that gets ANSI.
Dual node BBS running on real Commodore hardware. C128, RA Hyperdrive (Lt Kernal clone) with SD conversion, RA UltraMux, Internal Swiftlink WIFI modem. Message boards, file transfer area, tons of online games. We operate on both Ports 6400 and 6401. If one is busy, try the other!
A UK BBS which was born on a Sinclair ZX Spectrum using a citizen band radio as a network/transfer medium, before being ported to the Atari ST & modem. Reborn in 2021 on UNIX with dial up options. Line 1 – POTS : +44-1484-320007 (Huddersfield UK) Line 2 – VOIP : +44-207-096-2030 (London UK) Line […]
Started in 1989 in a commodore 64 with Image 1.2 and changed to PC in 1992 with T.A.G. software. Stopped in 1997 and restarted in 2020 with Mystic software and the same FidoNet address 1:120/457 Currently in 5 networks with plenty of message and file areas and InterBBS doors.
Originally started in 1983 on a Commodore Vic-20, Digicom has seen over 37 years of changes. In the early 90’s we added the Internet to our BBS interface and later became a web hosting company. These days with MysticBBS, we have door games, news, downloads for vintage computers and more!
Dedicated to the Commodore computer. With Retro Systems coming back to life with WiFi modems. Here is a classic BBS software that stood the test of time. Running on a C128, JiffyDos, uIEC/SD, 1541, 1581, and a WiModem. Running the oldest Commodore BBS software still in use and developed today! Telnet: rof.cnet128.com:6502
Our bbs system supports Microsoft Windows, Linux, Trs-80 Color Computer Computer, Commodore, Apple, Mac, Unix, and OS/2. We have over 91,000 files, online games and over 1000,000 messages. FTN Networks: FidoNet, AmigNet and DovNet. Call and check out our online games.
Dial-Up Nights is a new dial-up only bulletin board, running Max’s BBS on native Amiga NG hardware. The ‘beta’ version of the board is open 9pm – 6 am UK time, 7 days a week (with an increase to 24/7, depending on demand.) Supporting Acorn, RISC OS, Commodore, Amiga and others. NoSurf support board.
Dedicated to the Commodore computer. With Retro Systems coming back to life with WiFi modems. Here is a classic BBS software that stood the test of time. Running on a C64, JiffyDos, uIEC/SD, 1541-II, 1541, and a WiModem. Running the oldest Commodore BBS software still in use and developed today! Telnet: rof.cnet64.com:6400
Put back online after 25 year hiatus. 10 months currently active. Emulating an Amiga with WinUAE 64-bit on a dual-core Dell system. C-Net BBS v5.21 with 6 nodes are always online, 120+ pfiles/doors active including BBSLink games. RetroNet. CommodoreNet, Fidonet feeds active. Multiplayer games online too! Ca$h prizes to Monopoly Night winners!
The Wrong Number family of BBS’ is proud to announce the opening of a Brand New CNet v5.21b Pro BBS serving the Amiga/Commodore community. Featuring CommodoreNet and RetroNet Echo Networks (Some more in the future) Online PFiles, At the moment 3 Game Servers (BCR – Black Country Rock, Quazar Game Server, and an In House […]
Old School, with a touch of today. Over 240 Doors via game servers. fsxNet, CommodoreNet, RetroNet, FidoNet, CombatNet Games and Message bases, doREnet, AmigaNet, SciNet, GameNet, to name a few. New in-house Game Server added which holds many registered games, Old School File Base with many older Shareware CD’s. InterBBS File Servers, both from a […]
In operation until 1996 CIA Amiga BBS was a BBS consisting of mostly Amiga software downloads and message areas. Commodore 8 bit computers were supported also. Now back online after a 22 year hiatus to welcome Amiga and 8 bit Commodore users. FidoNet, AmigaNet, C=Net, RetroNet, tqwNet, fsxNet, PiNet, SCINet, VKRadioNet echomail areas. Please login […]
Member of ArakNet and ACIS. Longest active C-Net BBS! AmigaNet, ArakNet, CommodoreNet, FidoNet, RetroNet & SciNet Full Networks. Over 100 new and classic on-line games! BETA tester for C-Net and Dotoran files! Host for Phenom Production Files! Telnet://rof.cnetbbs.net:2300 Dial-Up: 423-541-8271 Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/rofbbs
The 2016 reincarnation of Bucko’s Wrong Number ][ BBS last run in 1994. Now running at 19.2K Baud, 4.1Gb Thunderdrive, Commodore 64C, FD2K Firedrive, SD2IEC. Networked message boards, Games, C/G Movies, Text files and a large UD library.
Particles! BBS is a retro-themed BBS, running on retro-themed hardware. However, when we started in 1992, we weren’t retro… the world has just started catching up to us now 🙂 We’re running on a Commodore 128D, with 640K of RAM (which should be enough for anyone….). Also: 50,000+ Commodore 64, 128, CP/M, Vic-20, Plus/4 files […]
Borderline BBS was brought online in January 2014 as a dial-up only BBS. Telnet-accessibility has been added, making it the first BBS running on a C64 with a “hybrid setup” allowing both dial-up and Telnet calls. Running on AA BBS v11.6b on a Commodore 64c with 7 floppy drives. This is a truly authentic Commodore […]
The Blood Stone rises again!!! The BS BBS began its adventure on a Commodore C64 back in the mid-1980s and later evolved into a WWIV system in the 1990s. Family became the priority so the Blood Stone was laid to rest for the remainder of the 20th century. Now, nearly two decades later, the kids […]
The Dungeon BBS – Canberra Australia. Online since 1986. Originally running on a Commodore C64 and 2 D9090 7.5 MB IEEE 488 Hard Drives, Now A Synchronet BBS but still on Fidonet 😎 (and other FTN) Still Hosting many Commodore and Retro Computing related Files.