Manic Modem BBS; the good old days of BBSing! The BBS was active as a dial-up service from 1993 to 1995. It was closed when the Internet took over the 418 area (Quebec, Canada). The BBS was fully restored in 2004 as a Telnet BBS. It is now reachable at www.manic-modem.com
The BBS was founded in the late 90’s and originally run under CNet/Amiga primarily as a chat system with multiple nodes. Later after the main SysOp started working for Mustang Software, the software was switched over to Wildcat! 5. It is the home of wcConference and wcNNTP software.
MMN is an online BBS running in Toronto since 1996, just before the internet became massive, we currently offer free email, USENET, file downloads and external IRC, FTP and Telnet to our verified users. Modem access is limited to 2400 baud since that seems to be the limit of Vonage’s fax line service.
Back from the past, ran a BBS many years ago and when the internet came around it got shut down. Now I am back at it with a new system and new software. This system is a member of Fidonet, DoveNet, also has news groups. Lots of door games and more being added often. Small […]
Monochrome BBS, known to users as “Mono”, is a text-based multi-user bulletin board system featuring thousands of discussion files, along with games, instant and deferred user messaging, and a talker. It is notable for being the UK’s largest internet social networking site in the early- to mid-1990s, long before such sites became commonplace on the […]
Along with classic door games Mutiny also has Capers which is an in-house made door game not currently available anywhere else. Future “Mutiny Originals” may be coming in the future as well! Started December 2018. Synchronet BBS with a small but engaging user-base so the games that are online are actively being played. Currently Mutiny […]
This is the main Prison BBS of all that are available at RDFIG Computer Solutions. It is the flagship. Many things to do, tons of message areas including Usenet and more games you can play. It is a hobbyist board and therefore full logon access on the first logon.