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Smashbot.com

Smashbot.com has a Chat Room with music and all sorts of features, and is running a classic Citadel 931 via web at https://smashbot.com AND telnet on port 23 via citadel.smashbot.com

Spot BBS

SPOT BBS is back after 30 years off line!

Originally an OPUS system running on a Columbia VP-1600 hotrodded with a V40 processor, high memory RAM disk, a monstrous 20MB Hard Drive and a Courier 9600 HST Modem, the modern SPOT is on a MintBox Linux Mint 20.1 fanless PC running Mystic v1.12.

Access is Telnet port 1123, ssh port 1122 and http port 8888

MysticBBS has been minimalized by cr1mson at KANSIT.com to meet the streamlined feel of the original SPOT BBS Opus board.

Login with your Amateur Radio (Ham) call sign or leave the Sysop a note, and you will upgraded above regular user access.

73

Steve
K9ZW

Blog: http://k9zw.wordpress.com

Silent Chat BBS

After more then 25 Years Silent Chat BBS is finally back. No files but nostalgic feelings and connected to FidoNet soon.

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.

StealthWorld BBS

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:
gopher://stealthworld.tk:70

Hope to see you around!

Onky

 

South Central

A BBS mainly for the nostalgic memories of a simpler time. Focus on door-games. Hack n’ Slash-crazy sysop.

Sanitarium BBS

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.

Semjaza BBS

A little telnet BBS with some retro bbs games. Doors to locally run games and externally hosted games as well. Meant to be a chill place to hang out, play around, experiment with the limits of ascii and ansi, and just have a good time.

Sysop Solaris Dot Com

Sysop Solaris Dot Com is a gateway to the Solaris team family of BBSes and companion Links . It gives you access to Error 404, Error 1202 , Tradewars Server, BBS Phone Book and BBS File server . SysopSolaris.com

Sea Breeze Gaming Network

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.

Saturn 5 BBS

Saturn V BBS has been in operation on and off since 1984. Originally from Montreal Canada and currently residing in Melbourne FL.  Offering many games such as Trade Wars 2002, Galactic Empire and an new always expanding map in Swords of Chaos!   Come and have a look!

Southern Amis

Atari BBS running Atascii/Atari only. 130XE Platform Hosted in the AWS Cloud. Legacy project as tribute to Circa 1984 New York BBS Southern Comfort

 

 

Stuck in the 90s BBS

Just a basic WorldGroup BBS. I’ve made an entry for this before, but I think it got deleted, I guess because I only had a web interface to it and not a direct telnet interface. I’ve finally figured out how to enable a telnet interface, so now it has one.