Dedicated to retro gaming and computing, gravis ultrasound,vintage mopeds and small displacement motorcycles, and DIY ethics. Filez, Appz, Gamez, Romz, Textfiles, Rare Service Manuals and Brochures for vintage mopeds and cycles, 1:1 images of 5.25″ and 3.5″ floppy diskettes, and it’s growing every day! Now with one of the largest collections of Gravis UltraSound files […]
BBSes are a return to the past, just like our favorite time travel movie. BTTTFBBS is a playground for Linux and Python experiments. Features a dial-out modem (call out to dial-up BBSes or information services), some local and networked games, and whatever features the sysop feels like developing.
Very active Userbase. The Newscenter is one ot the special features of the BlackICE BBS. Read News, Tweets and much more. You can also send tweets from the Board! The FileArea counts more than 222.000 files and is one the biggest in the BBS Scene. WHQ BBSnet, DoorGames, Many MsgNetworks, Pointfriendly and more! The BlackICE […]
Borderline BBS was brought online in January 2014 as a dial-up only BBS. Telnet-accessibility has been added, making it the first BBS running on a C64 with a “hybrid setup” allowing both dial-up and Telnet calls. Running on AA BBS v11.6b on a Commodore 64c with 3 floppy drives. This is a truly authentic Commodore […]
Online since 1992, and still dialup (56k!) as well as telnet. EOTD BBS has been a big part of the 303 BBS scene for over 15 years. Worldgroup with Worldlink, forums, retro file libraries, and door games such as LORD and TW2002.
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 […]
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 […]
The KEEP BBS has been online and operational since 1983, now we are a 32-channel MULTI-USER Worldgroup 3.13 system. The KEEP is still here. And we will endeavor to remain here for you, regardless of what new trends the Internet may follow.
Up and running on telnet for 8 years now, working with the latest CNet Amiga Pro v5. JoinLink, Local and Networked (RetroNet, C=Net and FidoNet) Message Bases, Warez, and that old BBS feel of the early 90’s. Come enjoy some of the old Pfile (door) games like Empire, Trade Wars, Murder Motel, Hack N Slash and […]
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.
Xanadu is a general public board for those interested in all varieties of BBS related activites. We have a large base of available files, FIDO news, various mail networks and a large variety of doors. In particular we provide a number of InterBBS BRE and FE leagues with boards from across the world.