A revived and revamped PCBoard BBS from 1995, operating in the (604). This is not your stock PCBoard. Modded to the MAX with many original, never before seen programs (PPEs) and games created by the sysop. Over 600 door games, many of which are fully registered. Come and play our very own SUDOKU game. The […]
Since 1994, Darkrealms has served as an on-line roleplaying community for the Greater Toronto Area and is one of the worlds largest Renegade BBS’s still remaining. LORD, TradeWars 2002, Usurper, and more. Full Fidonet backbone and thousands of Usenet groups on-line, as well as Internet Email.
Many years ago in late 1993 at the age of 16 I started a computerized dial-up bulletin board system in the upstairs bedroom in my parents house. By the end of high school I had about 80 regular users, I shut the BBS down by 1995 when the net took over. Now I’m rebuilding…
We are the home of The BBS Corner and The Telnet BBS Guide!The Diamond Mine Online has been providing the best in online services since 1993. We have a very large number of active message forums (local, Fidonet and DOVE-Net), TONS of shareware files including programs, games and utilities for Windows, DOS and OS/2. We […]
Digicom start in 1983 on a Commodore Vic-20, later moving to C64, C128 then to PC. It went offline in 1997, but is back with MysticBBS. 190 Door Games and a meeting ground for old SysOp’s. Also available via web interface at https://bbs.digicom.com
51 yo BBS nerd from Sweden.. Still thinking BBSing is fun.. The Telnet / SSH BBS contains the biggest filebase I have seen in any of the BBSes I have visited 327 Gb of data in 2700 filegroups with 370000 files.. Growing each day. (Softwares from the end of the eighties till the end of […]
This BBS originally ran from 1994-2000 as a hobby for fun. Now the BBS is back! This BBS features games (Legend of the Red Dragon, TW2002, Land of Devastation, Tournament Trivia, Chain Reaction, Blackjack, and others), files (many 1990s and older BBS-related files as well as some new files), DOVE-Net message boards, and with the […]
DiversiDial/Ddial Clone / ChatServer. Based on the history of Ddial which was created by the author of Bill Basham back in the mid 1980’s. Created under a new name titled Retro-Dial, Created by Adam aka que, Running on a Linux based machine, console based application. Up to 14 users can connect via Telnet, Passwords are […]
This BBS emphasizes classic video and computer games including emulation. Other special interests include a variety of sci-fi topics such as the X-Files, MST3K, and Babylon 5 among others. There are also a few online door games including LORD.
Doc’s Place is one of the longest running BBSes in the USA. It is primaraly a Fidonet messaging system. Members can download/upload QWK mail packets via web browser. Just want to look around? Use the username and password Guest to look around without registering.
*****IMPORTANT NOTICE***** The host name has changed for Door Games Unlimited to: dgu.strangled.net Not much in messages or files but Door Games Unlimited has over 300 doors available. Custom menus in the form of classic 8-bit Computer RPGS.
Believe it or not, this is the wave of the future! This social media platform is one of the most versatile yet unnoticed methods of communication that has been around for 40 years. Since it can be accessed through your phone line, you can completely circumvent the internet and have a platform that you completly […]
This BBS was started back in 1994 under Renegade and later became a Renegade Alpha board under Cott and Patrick then after Renegade stopped being worked on they changed to Mystic bbs and then became a Mystic Alpha board for the 1.08 platform and closed 2009 as dm had health issues and had to take […]
The Dungeon BBS – Canberra Australia. Online since 1986. Originally running on a Commodore C64 and 2 D9090 7.5 MB IEEE 488 Hard Drives, Now A Synchronet BBS but still on Fidonet 😎 (and other FTN) Still Hosting many Commodore and Retro Computing related Files.
The board runs on an Apple IIe with GBBS Pro software (modified). It accelerated with Fast Chip IIe and CFFA 3000 cards; if you want to see an old Apple IIe fly at 16.6 MHz and 9600 baud, check it out. It originally ran from 1986-1993 and was restored from backup disks in 2016. It […]