After more then 25 Years Silent Chat BBS is finally back. No files but nostalgic feelings and connected to FidoNet soon.
On my personal BBS homespace you can download my music I wrote over a period of 25 years. You can also find music made by other BBS’ers (hey Nuke!), read BBC news channels, scramble your Rubik’s magic Cube, listen to DJ mixes and much more.
Come on over and chat live with fellow BBS’ers, drop some messages, play good old doorgames on BBSlink or just be witty and leave a great oneliner for us all to enjoy!
Or visit my Gopher space online at:
Hope to see you around!
An original 916 Citadel BBS.
AKA “The Amiga Archives” and “TSBBS”.
Available on the web via HTTP and SSL
And via Telnet.
Forums for free thinking debate and discussion. A “bias free” BBS where any opinion is welcome – but no quarter is asked for, and none will be given.
Now with static IPs and no redirects.
We offer many multiplayer games such as majormud 1 stock and 1 edited, Swords of Chaos 1 edited and 1 stock, Tele-Arena, Tele-Arena 2, 4 games of legend of the Red Dragon, Mutants, Tradewars 2002, GalaTrek!, Interstellar War, Barron’s Realm Elite, Fazuul, Kyrandia, CyberTank, Zorgon, Galactic Empire, Wheel of Fame, Chain Reaction, Farwest Trivia, Scrabble, Ringmasters, Blademasters, Battleship, Yahzee, Tournament Chess, Checkers, Backgammon, Othello, Lemonade Stand, World Jumble,
Hangman, Number Shuffle, Strategic War and many other. We offer over 300 games online. We are online 24/7.
We offer many message area’s, We offer Wabac, Worldlink, and UseNet.
Growing Files Area, Chat Rooms, and Hotel TeleConference. We also have a IRC server.
To my knowledge, this is the only BBS currently running in South Africa. It was created largely with the members of the “Vintage Computing and Console Group of South Africa” Facebook group in mind, and as such, is partially intended as an unofficial BBS for that group. Anyone is welcome to join though. BBS is still somewhat under construction, but more stuff will be added to it in time. Currently there is a large library of MOD music files, and a few DOS games and applications.
The BBS server itself is a “vintage” 233 MHz Pentium II, with 128 MB of RAM, running Windows 98:
Storm BBS is running Mystic and is active on FSXnet, but is most interesting for a few unique enhancements — daily calendar ANSIs, custom ANSI menus, an interstitial of lightning bolts, and a Storm BBS LORD game that has characters that were made back in 1995.
Storm BBS also hosts files for KBBS, which was an old commercial BBS software abandoned in the late ’90s.