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Telnet:172.0.79.226
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Telnet:73.92.193.183
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A1 BBS – OLD SCHOOL! Games, Files, Messages, Chat, etc. 4 Nodes you can chat on. Large Text File section. Many Door Games! Quick Validation! Enjoy! 🙂

Telnet:tacbbs.synchro.net
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Originally started when I was station in Germany 1987-1990. Started on RBBS-PC and have run a wide variety of other BBS software. Now running Synchronet

Just a great BBS running on Synchronet on top of linux Ubuntu, too many door games to state here, plus DoorParty, BBSlink and many more links to follow. Join us for the great time your looking for today!   Come one, come all!

Telnet:androidcity.retro-os.live
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BBS for fans of the Android operating system

Telnet:50.116.51.149
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Update, August 2020: The Basement Theory has returned to “public status,” open to all. 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 […]

Telnet:blackf.synchro.net:2900
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Lots of Doors, most are registered. Tradewars, LORD, BRE, Death Masters, LORD2 are among some. Some games are netted.

Telnet:brazi.net
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Telnet:73.132.71.37
SSH:73.132.71.37
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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 […]

Telnet:bbs.chookfest.net:6800
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Started in 2021 in a fit of boredom during lockdown after discovering that a BBS can run on a Raspberry Pi. It’s mainly retrocomputing themed with useful software for various 1980’s systems. Telnet with port 6800 (my favourite CPU) for ASCII/ANSI, plus it supports 80-column PETSCII on port 8502.