50+ ANSI Games, 60+ HTML Games. Large Filebase (DOS-WIN7) including WC4/WC5 applications. NETWORKS: FIDONET, ILINK, SSINET, and NEWSGROUPS. Outbound Telnet/FTP/IRC Chat, QWK/REP Packets via HTTP Ping, Lookup, TraceRoute, Finger, Whois Utilities via TELNET. Connections available via WWW, Telnet, FTP, NNTP, POP3. Now offering Telnet via internet browser (Flash & HTML5). Home of the ILink message […]
13th Leader is a reboot of an 8-bit Atari 800 XL BBS from back in the late 1980’s! Originally hosted out of Hamilton Ontario Canada! Back in the 80’s we ran on 8-bit “Home Grown” BBS software and 2 5-1/4″ floppy drives. Still hosted in Southern Ontario but now on an Ubuntu LXD container running […]
13th Leader is a reboot of an 8-bit Atari 800 XL BBS from back in the late 1980’s! Originally hosted out of Hamilton Ontario Canada! Back in the 80’s we ran on 8-bit “Home Grown” BBS software and 2 5-1/4″ floppy drives. Still hosted on a real 800XL Atari computer with A.P.E. to emulate disk and […]
300 F-ing Baud BBS… It’s not really 300 Baud… This is a Single Node system running Rybbs version 8.0. Dedicated to old computer software. Has a few Door Games, 3 of which is the Sysop’s original work like Star Trek Enhanced, Break the Web and Motel Kalifornia.
Running Synchronet 3.17b, Arkansas’ EXCLUSIVE Ham Radio and Weather BBS, features, messages, files, and doors, with G/PG content. Christian Material is online for those wanting it. The BBS is down for thunderstorm potential and maintenance. Entry of a CAPTCHA code is required upon connect. SSH is back online, but the port is not conventional. Verified […]
Tiny’s BBS is back running Ezycom. Have some great door games, and the best message networks. TIny’s BBS has been around since 1985 with a short break to become web only for 2009. Great file base, Great doors, Great Files, free access, check us out now! Also offer Telnet/ssl on port 2323.
In addition to being the alpha site for NanoBBS, Rancho Nevada, TommCHAT, and numerous other doors and DOS utlities, Tommy’s Holiday Camp briefly held the world record for most text files on a site in 1994. As a dialup BBS, THC had six phone lines. As a telnet BBS, we’ve started at 72 nodes!