To my knowledge, this is the only BBS currently running in South Africa. It was created largely with the members of the “Vintage Computing and Console Group of South Africa” Facebook group in mind, and as such, is partially intended as an unofficial BBS for that group. Anyone is welcome to join though. BBS is […]
Sands of Time (TextMMOde.com) is a text-mode MMO implemented as a telnet BBS. It is implemented in the space-based setting of a large galaxy with a hundred smaller connected star clusters. It allows online chatting between users on radio channels, includes a news system, allows the creation of user-owned corporations, and provides many other methods […]
An original 916 Citadel BBS. AKA “The Amiga Archives” and “TSBBS”. Available on the web via HTTP and SSL And via Telnet. Forums for free thinking debate and discussion. A “bias free” BBS where any opinion is welcome – but no quarter is asked for, and none will be given. Now with static IPs and […]
Our bbs system supports Microsoft Windows, Linux, Trs-80 Color Computer Computer, Commodore, Apple, Mac, Unix, and OS/2. We have over 91,000 files, online games and over 1000,000 messages. FTN Networks: FidoNet, AmigNet and DovNet. Call and check out our online games.
Put back online after 25 year hiatus. 10 months currently active. Emulating an Amiga with WinUAE 64-bit on a dual-core Dell system. C-Net BBS v5.21 with 6 nodes are always online, 120+ pfiles/doors active including BBSLink games. RetroNet. CommodoreNet, Fidonet feeds active. Multiplayer games online too! Ca$h prizes to Monopoly Night winners!
A little telnet BBS with some retro bbs games. Doors to locally run games and externally hosted games as well. Meant to be a chill place to hang out, play around, experiment with the limits of ascii and ansi, and just have a good time.
SiliconUnderground, located in Rochester, NY. In the late eighties through the nineties the BBS ran using multiple BBS packages and was part of Fidonet and one of the co-founders of StormNet. I owned PCBoard and WildCat! commercial licensed versions but could never settle on one package. Alan Jurison was a co-author of T.A.G. and I […]
The BBS is the same as it was in 1992 when it first started. We have the original user database, the same conferences and file areas. This is a nostalgic hyper-trip! Connect today and enter a time capsule. Original users will happily see their old messages again.
A Retro BBS totally dedicated to the great Sinclair Research computers of the 80’s! Here you can find Sinclair users, sharing of programs for Sinclair Z81, Spectrum, QL and Sam Coupè too. Is the first and unique BBS dedicated to the world of Sinclair active on these days. Enjoy it!