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StealthWorld BBS

The StealthWorld BBS is a classic Amiga corner in the realm of BBSes. A work in progress running in Mystic on a Linux VPS.

Southern Charm BBS

Registered LORDs, Lunatix, Shift Zone, Tradewars 2002, Virtual Sysop III, Ambroshia and more. Plenty of message areas to join. FidoNet connected (1:124/5019) We’re constantly adding more games and message networks.

Star Collision BBS

Star Collision BBS was a RemoteAccess BBS founded in the summer of 1993.
The BBS mainly focused on text files, DOS utilities and FidoNet echomail conferences.

A dedicated phone line was installed on January 10, 1994. After being a FidoNet point (2:206/120.6) for some time, the BBS became a FidoNet node (2:206/137) on August 4, 1995 and switched to 24h opening hours.

The BBS was first run on an Intel 386SX-40; later on an Intel 486DX4-100, an Intel Pentium MMX 200 and an AMD K6-2 400.

Modems used were a SupraFAXModem 24/96i, a PowerBit 14400 (March 1994), a USRobotics Sportster 28800 (May 31, 1996), a USRobotics Courier HST DS 14400, a USRobotics Sportster Vi 28.8 Faxmodem and a USRobotics Sportster Flash x2.

The last registered user signed up on September 6, 1997. The FidoNet node (2:206/137) was marked “Down” on October 24, 1997, and was removed on December 12, 1997. The dedicated phone line was decommissioned and the BBS closed down due to declining calls, lack of time and interest, and the advent of Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW).

The BBS was re-opened on August 3, 2019 – now using Mystic BBS on Linux – and joined fsxNet (21:1/202) on August 12, 2019.

It supports Telnet and SSH for users as well as Fido Technology Network (FTN) protocols binkp (IBN), fido/ifcico (IFC) and tfido (ITN/IVM) for echomail/netmail transfers. Dial-up is currently not available to the public, but preparations have been made for the future with a USRobotics Courier External 56K V.92 Global Dial-Up Business Modem (Courier V.Everything).

The BBS will focus on echomail conferences and file echos for the time being, with more to come in the future.

Sanitarium BBS

The Sanitarium BBS/The Amiga Archives – An original 916 Citadel BBS now back up and running on Citadel Groupware. Focus on uncensored discussion, retro-gaming, heavy metal and punk music, and other interesting topics.

Skynet BBS

A Color64 BBS running on a true C64 Breadbin with a CMD RAMLink, 2x Rear Admiral ThunderDrives w/sd conversions, 1571 floppy w/JDos, Glink-LT RS232 interface, 1802 monitor, 3x Commodore4ever power supplies.

Sonic BBS

Message areas and networks. The home of chatnet – Online chat networks

Sagramour’s Realm

Just welcoming WWIV BBS. We pull in all the subs. Door Games will be working soon…

Sbbs.dynu.net

Running Syncronet BBS and we are connected to several FTN networks like FidoNet, over 100,000 messages, 128,000 available files to download and lots of online games.

Second Coming BBS

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!

SmokyThing BBS

SmokyThing BBS

SmokyThing BBS strives to have a little bit of everything for new and old users alike. We have Door games and are always adding more when we find them. We’re also linked with BBSLink.net Games so inter BBS gaming is a thing. Tons of echoes for you to read to your hearts content and much more

Sanctuary BBS

Sanctuary BBS is back after more than 20 years in coma.
This BBS was Fairlight SHQ in the 90’s
Content: mainly Amiga scene stuff.

SilverHawk BBS

The BBS is the same as it was in 1992 when it first started. We have the original user database, the same conferences and file areas. This is a nostalgic hyper-trip! Connect today and enter a time capsule. Original users will happily see their old messages again.

SD2IEC Test BBS

Running at 20MHz Turbo mode on SuperCPU64 and CMD RAMLink. SDrive 1564 (x2). Networked message boards. Standard Commodore and .d64 downloads.

System One BBS

Running Image 1.2B Enhanced on a Commodore 64 using an uIEC/SD card device and a Link232 device. Subboards, Games, Downloads and more!

 

Sinclair Retro BBS

A Retro BBS totally dedicated to the great Sinclair Research computers of the 80’s! Here you can find Sinclair users, sharing of programs for Sinclair Z81, Spectrum, QL and Sam Coupè too. Is the first and unique BBS dedicated to the world of Sinclair active on these days. Enjoy it!

Slime City BBS

TOP ELiTE board running Mystic and the WHQ of the RETRO!HACK BBS network! Heavily modded.

Swords of Chaos Forever BBS

BBS is dedicated to Swords of Chaos and it’s active player community. We have replicated the old Seabreeze mods and are the most active SoC game on the net!

Starbase 21

Running MajorBBS 9.3 (Worldgroup 3.3) we’ve got a ton of classic modules online and always adding more as we can get them working. Tele-Arena 5.6f, TWGS (Trade Wars 2002), Swords of Chaos, LoRD, The Rose:Council of Guardians, Mutants!, Farwest Trivia (and Tele-Trivia), Worldlink Chat, and more! Come check it out! HTML5 telnet client available at our website. Instructions for using classic terminal programs available there as well.

Section One BBS

It’s up for the nostalgia effect. It was originally Cyberania BBS back in the early 90’s. It’s been up and down at different times, but back up full time just over two years ago. We run a game of the month that offers a free BBS T-shirt to the winner.

Sinner’s Haven II

Old school BBS. Some nets and some games.. Made it look like an old OBV/2 system.

Sands of Time

Sands of Time (TextMMOde.com) is a text-mode MMO implemented as a telnet BBS. It is implemented in the space-based setting of a large galaxy with a hundred smaller connected star clusters. It allows online chatting between users on radio channels, includes a news system, allows the creation of user-owned corporations, and provides many other methods of interactions, including live combat. The game is similar to some of the old *BBS door games, but larger and far faster. In addition to human users, the system contains aliens flying around the galaxy. These aliens never attack the humans, but can themselves be attacked for loot, specifically money, Starships, and their high-tech UFO’s. There is a graphical clien under development to build a more conventional MMO on a second realm, but the Sands of Time realm is intended to remain free and telnet-only.

Seventy-Nine (79) Columns

79 Columns is a unique x/84 system with loads of textmode games — both Linux console games and oldschool DOS doors alike. The board currently has an Amiga ASCII bend, but supports CP437 ANSI graphics for door games and certain menus.

Modern terminals are supported (such as xterm), and even UTF8 is supported through a decoding layer that translates Amiga and CP437 artwork.

  • iMPURE member board
  • bREAK! member board
  • heavily customized installation of x/84
  • tons of textmode games available

Sursum Corda! BBS

On line as a general BBS since 1994. Telnetable since 1999. Dialable since the start. Family safe. FidoNet (1:396/45) and DixieNet (901:1/5). Running on eCS2 (OS/2). Internet Access to those who dial-in (outbound telnet, text mode web browser, etc.) This is a free BBS – no subscription of any kind.

Silicon Underground

SiliconUnderground, located in Rochester, NY.

In the late eighties through the nineties the BBS ran using multiple BBS packages and was part of Fidonet and one of the co-founders of StormNet. I owned PCBoard and WildCat! commercial licensed versions but could never settle on one package. Alan Jurison was a co-author of T.A.G. and I started to use that as I had a local support base. I always saw Synchronet in Boardwatch and other magazines and really liked it. I had the demo but by the time I was going to switch and purchase it, I moved on and shut down the BBS.

For mail network software I used FrontDoor and that is still my favorite. Now I use binkd as my mailer and hope to switch to FrontDoor soon as Joaquim Homrigausen is “rebooting” it. I am waiting for native telnet and binkp support.

I currently run a couple other BBS Packages as well:

Synchronet: siliconu.com:26

PCBoard: siliconu.com:24

Super Dimension Fortress (SDF-1)

Super Dimension Fortress (SDF, also known as freeshell.org) is one of the oldest and largest nonprofit public access UNIX systems on the Internet.

Sandnes BBS

One of the last Amiga-BBSes running on REAL Amiga-hardware since 1996!

Synchronix

Currently just a test site for the *nix versions of Synchronet

Santronics Software

Santronics Software is the new home for Wildcat! Interactive Net Server (WIN Server) for Windows 95/98/NT, purchasing it from Mustang in 1998.