Welcome to Capital Station BBS located in Upstate New York All are welcomed to connect today, users are provided with Full Access in less than 24 hours. What Capital Station BBS offers. Files: With over 10 gig of files, I am sure you will find something to enjoy, Racing, Flight, pinball, Star Trek as well […]
Once ‘Fear and Loathing’ in New Orleans, the BBS is back in a new city but with the games and message areas you love. Looking forward to seeing old friends as well as making new ones. See you on the board! Do you like stickers? We all like stickers. Send me your address and I’ll […]
Captain’s Quarters is back from its watery grave! Running Warp Six on an all-solid-state Apple IIGS via TCPser on a Raspberry Pi. Featuring a bunch of door games, tons of text files, and retrocomputing / regtrogaming forums. Come relive your past!
Pirate-themed ANSI BBS that caters to Macintosh and Apple IIgs users, but all retrocomputer users are welcome! The BBS features Apple IIgs / Macintosh downloads, Door Games including LORD 1 & II / Trade Wars / Lemonade Stand / Trivia, and thousands of Apple II / Mac game-related text files.
Local entertainment & chat BBS with online games, forums, some older DOS and Windows files. We validate new sign-ups by E-mail before guest access is granted. Castle Rock BBS is a family-oriented board, no adult files. Our online games include MajorMud, Backgammon, Guess What, Milleborne, Minefield and others. We have a monthly game contest where […]
Currently run the BBS as a support BBS for my Wi-Fi network. Providing open/free internet access to the local rural area. Also helping to develop IOT uses for the network. Currently I have only local relevant message area’s set up on my BBS but would like to add access to other networks.
The CB2 micro BBS, runs from a microcontroller! Find more info about this wonderful microcomputer at http://cb2.qrp.gr Feel free to explore and post a public message on the BBS. If you want to do the same as I did, do not hesitate to contact me.
On February 16, 1978, Ward Christensen founded the Computerized Bulletin Board System, the first dial-up bulletin board system ever brought online, as a program to allow Christensen and other hobbyists in Chicago to exchange information. CBBS/NV is running CBBS 3.6.2, dated 09/24/83, on AltairZ80.
Started in April 2021 out of curiosity and to give local vintage computer collectors a place to hang out. Runs on a Raspberry Pi 2. Specialises in software for CP/M (inc. Kaypro), PC-XT class DOS machines, Apple-II, C64, and others to be added. Tested on old machines for compatibility!
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 […]
A Client/server BBS born as a phoenix from the ashes of Emperor’s BBS. The source code, “Cittadella/UX” rewritten from scratch is GPL Licensed and has a client server architecture. We are looking for other BBSes that want to use and help us develop the code further. The language of the BBS is mainly Italian but […]