13th Leader is a reboot of an 8-bit Atari 800 XL BBS from back in the late 1980’s! Originally hosted out of Hamilton Ontario Canada! Back in the 80’s we ran on 8-bit “Home Grown” BBS software and 2 5-1/4″ floppy drives. Still hosted in Southern Ontario but now running Mystic BBS. New users […]
The goal behind the 1984 BBS is to build a community of like minded vintage computer enthusiasts who have similar goals in common and desire to leverage modern communication protocols on vintage equipment. Imagine vintage computers abilities to reach modern sites. It’s possible, let’s build it!
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 […]
Real BBS – Real Apple II – Real 5.25 Disks A 80’s Apple II BBS is running on a real Apple IIe with real 5.25 Duodisk. The Software is GBBS Pro V1.2 DOS3.3 – developed at the beginning 1980’s. This is a real Apple II BBS, a real BBS with the hardware setup from the […]
Abacus BBS now located in Portland is a rebirth of my Abacus system run in Boston in the late 90’s. Abacus currently features both FidoNet and FsxNet echomail and file bases. Doors are going to make a return soon.
Are you looking for something different? Absinthe BBS aims to be the most unique and fun BBS currently in operation! There isn’t another board like this one anywhere. Features: The largest collection of quality Amiga BBS doors including the first NEW release in almost 20 years, game servers, a fantastic Interactive Fiction system, and a […]
Attempted running my BBS on a new Raspberry Pi Zero W…but being a Linux noob and not currently able to figure out several issues with connecting…went back to Windows 7. Currently…am a member of fsxNet/WWIVNet/SciNet/FidoNet/MicroNet/VKRadio/Door Party. Since going back to Windows 7 from Raspbian on the Pi Zero…all of my doors are running in Door […]
Based in Dunedin, New Zealand this BBS is a reincarnation of a system that operated from Hamilton, New Zealand around 1993-1995. Back in 1995 Agency BBS used Renegade BBS software and was a member of several message networks including RGSNet, FidoNet, DemiMonde and LocNet. These days the BBS runs using Mystic BBS software and is […]
Alpha Centauri is my nostalgic attempt to have my first WWIV board up and running. Currently there has been a resurrection of WWIVnet and it is operational and networked with more than 12 other WWIV boards at this time. If you are interested in technical conversation about WWIV software, this is the place. Also have […]
A BBS for the Amiga computer line – Yes, it’s still supported… 🙂 We have over 3,500 downloads in the website, and a selected subset in the FTP area. We also have over 150 door games for you to enjoy, most not available anywhere else.
My shameful BBS plug! The Amiga Frontier BBS (Yes, you’ve guessed it, All Amiga!) Amiga Files, Amiga Echomail (and Online Games!) Running Enigma 1/2 -0.12 C=Net, FSXNet, CyberNet, & FidoNet 15,000+ all Amiga files (and adding more!) files Networked Doors Games! Dial-in/Modem line VERY soon! Web: frontierbbs net telnet: frontierbbs net:8888 SSH: frontierbbs net:8889 Tell […]
Running AmiExpress 5.3.0 (2020) under FS-UAE on Arch Linux on a ASUS G74-SX Laptop with 16GB RAM and 20TB of storage attached! 24/7 Amiga Support with numerous Message Conferences and Files! Online in one way or another since 1984.
The Amstrad BBS (Bulletin Board System) for Amstrad Computers inluding CPC, PCW and PPC. The Amstrad BBS was setup to support Amstrad computer enthusiasts, fans and users – offering a community, chat and file archive.
The connections with people that last a lifetime through online and tabletop games and a shared passion for exploring machines and their languages are the soul of the machines. Multi-user chat, Crossroads of the Elements MUD, Elite-x/84, Exodus GameNet, Tabletop RPGs, Programming, Microcomputers.