Queen’s Kingdom BBS

This BBS is dedicated to the incredible sound of the group of rock and roll gods known as Queen! As they are the best of the best from the 1970s and 80s, it is only right to pay tribute to them with this board. We have file areas dedicated to all kinds of media related to Queen’s songs. Please call in for a wonderful time. We are always open to suggestions for new features!

Heights BBS

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 browser or via your favorite web browser https://goo.gl/C5HPbM

Stop on by and check out a brand new PFile. “SPOT” By the man himself Dotoran

Tons of other games also available like Murder Motel, Tradewars, Hack N’ Slash, Global Wars, and many other famous titles!!

Our logon screens are completely automated!!  The BBS will throw you a new login sequence each and every time you login, swing on by and join the Heights BBS Amiga family!

Back to the Future

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.

Reign Of Fire BBS

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 more.  Have a Skypix terminal?  Enjoy SkyChess, a Chess game using the classic SkyPix graphics. Telnet://rofbbs.ddns.net:2300 / Dial-Up: 931-494-9100 or visit our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/rofbbs

 

 

Cottonwood BBS

Cottonwood BBS is running on a Commodore 64 computer at 2400 baud. Message boards, file transfers, online games, and more!

Beavis & Butt-Head BBS

Originally Ran from 1997-1999, reopened September 2015. All files are from back in the late 90s. Over 30 online doors.

Kisara

Wildcat! 4 board running on a IBM PS/2 Model 70, 30MB of roaring HDD space for all your file transfer needs! Set up as a hobby system and decided to run it 24/7 in this capacity.

Retrodome

We believe that BBS DOOR GAMES can only be played one way, by dialing into a BBS! Retrodome is a colorful ANSI menu BBS loaded with Door Games. It’s a fun and functional trip down memory lane, enjoy!

Borderline BBS

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 bulletin board system from the late 80s!

A Missing Chromosome

Dedicated to retro gaming and computing, demos, 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. Large FTP.

Sursum Corda! BBS

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.

SiliconUnderground

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 started to use that as I had a local support base. I always saw Synchronet in Boardwatch and other magazines and really liked it. I had the demo but by the time I was going to switch and purchase it, I moved on and shut down the BBS.

For mail network software I used FrontDoor and that is still my favorite. Now I use binkd as my mailer and hope to switch to FrontDoor soon as Joaquim Homrigausen is “rebooting” it. I am waiting for native telnet and binkp support.

I currently run a couple other BBS Packages as well:

Synchronet: siliconu.com:26

PCBoard: siliconu.com:24

Keep BBS

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.

Empire of the Dragon BBS

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.

Xanadu

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.