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 […]
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!
It’s up for the nostalgia effect. It was originally Cyberania BBS back in the early 90’s. It’s been up and down at different times, but back up full time just over two years ago. We run a game of the month that offers a free BBS T-shirt to the winner.
79 Columns is a unique x/84 system with loads of textmode games — both Linux console games and oldschool DOS doors alike. The board currently has an Amiga ASCII bend, but supports CP437 ANSI graphics for door games and certain menus. Modern terminals are supported (such as xterm), and even UTF8 is supported through a […]
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!
SmokyThing BBS strives to have a little bit of everything for new and old users alike. We have Door games and are always adding more when we find them. We’re also linked with BBSLink.net Games so inter BBS gaming is a thing. Tons of echoes for you to read to your hearts content and much […]
Registered LORDs, Lunatix, Shift Zone, Tradewars 2002, Virtual Sysop III, Ambroshia and more. Plenty of message areas to join. FidoNet connected (1:124/5019) We’re constantly adding more games and message networks.
Star Collision BBS was a RemoteAccess BBS founded in the summer of 1993. The BBS mainly focused on text files, DOS utilities and FidoNet echomail conferences. A dedicated phone line was installed on January 10, 1994. After being a FidoNet point (2:206/120.6) for some time, the BBS became a FidoNet node (2:206/137) on August 4, […]
Running MajorBBS 9.3 (Worldgroup 3.3) we’ve got a ton of classic modules online and always adding more as we can get them working. Tele-Arena 5.6f, TWGS (Trade Wars 2002), Swords of Chaos, LoRD, The Rose:Council of Guardians, Mutants!, Farwest Trivia (and Tele-Trivia), Worldlink Chat, and more! Come check it out! HTML5 telnet client available at […]
The StealthWorld BBS is a classic Amiga corner in the realm of BBSes. Actively run by SysOp Darkman, StealthWorld is a nice BBS to discuss everything about the classic Commodore Amiga computer. Share thoughts, leech some classic software, amiga software manuals and more:)
The Stellar darkness BBS aims to be a friendly community where people can come to discuss all things related to technology, download files, play games and more! In the early to mid-nineties, I was very much into the local BBS scene in Toronto, Canada. I ran several BBSs and would often tie up the family […]
On line as a general BBS since 1994. Telnetable since 1999. Dialable since the start. Family safe. FidoNet (1:396/45) and DixieNet (901:1/5). Running on eCS2 (OS/2). Internet Access to those who dial-in (outbound telnet, text mode web browser, etc.) This is a free BBS – no subscription of any kind.