Yet another Synchronet BBS. The focus is on messaging and the many Nets available to BBS users. We are part of the SynchronetBBS.org family. You can find DoveNet, RetroNet, MicroNet, FsxNet RminiNet, I-Link and Usenet. BBSlink and DoorParty is also available.Located in Queens NY.
Hawaii BBS is a real Atari 8 Bit BBS from the 80s. I am using Oasis 4.7 from Z-Innovators (c) 1989. Following Emulations are supported: Atari AtascII, Atari ST Graphic, C-64/128, Ansi and AscII. For best results, you can use Syncterm (from Synchronet) to login into Hawaii BBS with Atari AtascII Graphics or AT Telnet […]
This is an Amiga BBS running on an Amiga 4000D with 4.0GB of online storage. The board offers Pfiles/Doors (Online Games), BBSLink Games (Multiplayer Games). We also offer a message base and file section. The Board is up 24/7 via telnet heightsbbs.heightspc.net 6860, dial-up modem toll free 800-258-4660, Local 520-303-7894 or via your favorite web […]
Running a FrontDoor/Proboard 2.17 System. FTN comaptible Networks are available on Herbies-BBS II (FidoNet & FsxNet). In the meantime, you can contact me as 2:240/5890 via FidoNet or 21:4/104 via FsxNet Login as gast / gast or guest / guest available (german or english language settings) You can use the cursor keys to navigate […]
HoyVision Hotline was the name of the BBS BEFORE it changed to “The 13th Floor” in 1988. It ran Ivory BBS 2.0 at the time the current “pay” software was C-Net 12.0 by Don Gladden and Ray Kelm, (and Ken Pletzer if you want to be technical, since much of the 10.0 code was used). This […]