A BBS for the Amiga computer line – Yes, it’s still supported… 🙂 We have over 2,500 downloads in the website, and a selected subset in the FTP area. We also have over 100 door games for you to enjoy, most not available anywhere else.
The Amstrad BBS (Bulletin Board System) for Amstrad Computers inluding CPC, PCW and PPC. The Amstrad BBS was setup to support Amstrad computer enthusiasts, fans and users – offering a community, chat and file archive.
We are a files and door games BBS serving you from a single desktop computer in Bedford, Indiana. LORD, Planets: TEOS, LORD 2, Dogworld, Welk Chess, and more. DOVEnet message areas. Proud to serve continuously since 9/2008 as the only BBS in the Lawrence County, Indiana area. Flash-based terminal available at backwoodrealm.com!
Update: SSH Port Changed to 2618; Telnet Remains 23. The Basement Theory is a re-envisioning of the dial-up BBS I ran in the 1990s. Originally running in the local-calling area for Scioto County, Ohio and northern Greenup County, Kentucky, The Basement Theory existed under three BBS names: The Cool (1993-94), The Basement Theory (1994-95), and A […]
Battlestar BBS is back stronger than ever! Over 35 message Networks & Newsgroups (Fidonet, DoveNet, Paranormal Net, GatorNet, etc.) We have over 400 door games and installing more all the time! 42 classic shareware cd’s online. 18 InterBBS Leagues! We are here for our users so if you want to see something added please let […]
Once ‘Fear and Loathing’ in New Orleans, the BBS is back in a new city but with the games and message areas you love. Looking forward to seeing old friends as well as making new ones. See you on the board! Do you like stickers? We all like stickers. Send me your address and I’ll […]
Many years ago in late 1993 at the age of 16 I started a computerized dial-up bulletin board system in the upstairs bedroom in my parents house. By the end of high school I had about 80 regular users, I shut the BBS down by 1995 when the net took over. Now I’m rebuilding…
We are the home of The BBS Corner and The Telnet BBS Guide!The Diamond Mine Online has been providing the best in online services since 1993. We have a very large number of active message forums (local, Fidonet and DOVE-Net), TONS of shareware files including programs, games and utilities for Windows, DOS and OS/2. We […]
This BBS originally ran from 1994-2000 as a hobby for fun. Now the BBS is back! This BBS features games (Legend of the Red Dragon, TW2002, Land of Devastation, Tournament Trivia, Chain Reaction, Blackjack, and others), files (many 1990s and older BBS-related files as well as some new files), DOVE-Net message boards, and with the […]
This BBS emphasizes classic video and computer games including emulation. Other special interests include a variety of sci-fi topics such as the X-Files, MST3K, and Babylon 5 among others. There are also a few online door games including LORD.
*****IMPORTANT NOTICE***** The host name has changed for Door Games Unlimited to: dgu.strangled.net Not much in messages or files but Door Games Unlimited has over 300 doors available. Custom menus in the form of classic 8-bit Computer RPGS.
A Bulletin Board System completely dedicated to DOS. That includes programs, games & files. Tons of Shareware from way back, registered Legend of the Red Dragon 3.55 Going to make an attempt to convince computer users of today that DOS still has lots to offer & can be a new Social Media Platform!
The Dungeon BBS – Canberra Australia. Online since 1986. Originally running on a Commodore C64 and 2 D9090 7.5 MB IEEE 488 Hard Drives, Now A Synchronet BBS but still on Fidonet 😎 (and other FTN) Still Hosting many Commodore and Retro Computing related Files.
Electronic Warfare BBS, like so many other BBSes, first entered service in the early 90′s. During the first year, EWBBS ran Telegard BBS software; thereafter, for reasons which are not forgotten, we switched to Renegade BBS software. Back then, EWBBS provided three message networks, FidoNet, the Paul Revere Network and SGA-Net. The primary mission of […]
A Synchronet BBS linked to amateur radio packet station KC2MHA. Users of the ham radio functions limited to those with amateur radio licenses. The KC2MHA packet radio node can be accessed via the door menu. The kc2mha packet node runs on bpq32 with radio ports on 145.050mhz, 14.105mhz, telnet and axip Internet links. Ham […]