Sanitarium BBS

An original 916 Citadel BBS.
AKA “The Amiga Archives” and “TSBBS”.
Available on the web via HTTP and SSL
And via Telnet.

Forums for free thinking debate and discussion. A “bias free” BBS where any opinion is welcome – but no quarter is asked for, and none will be given.

Now with static IPs and no redirects.

Coffee House BBS

New Synchronet BBS – Goal is to recreate a place where folks can play games, plenty of message board topics, and cross BBS chat.

NeoCincinnati BBS

NeoCincinnati BBS is a Mystic-powered board that provides SSH/Telnet access to local and FSXNET/DOVENET services to the Greater Cincinnati Tri-State Area and beyond, and is operated out of the Greater Cincinnati suburb of Erlanger, Kentucky. Feel free to stop on by!

Forze BBS

Arcade, Hyperspin, Dumps, Roms, Coding, Cutting edge Mystic customization, Overal great Sysop 😉

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Basement Theory

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 Basement Theory (1994-96), and A Saucerful of Secrets (1996-97). “The Basement Theory” is surely the most remembered name by the old users, and is why it’s the “new” name, today.

The current version of The Basement Theory borrows from old backups of the original BBS to create its theme and attitude. Much of the old data is available to view or download from the BBS. In fact, the current ANSI menus are the same ones as used on the BBS in September 1995, according to the file dates of the backed-up ANSIs.

There is also a history of “modern” activity. Having originally gone public in 2017 (with private users for years before), there is an extensive “local” community of regulars who populate the forums and door games. Even during the times the BBS stopped advertising for new users, many of these old users continued regular use.

Finally, there are several archival projects available to users, such as the Animation File Archival Project (GL/FLI/DL) and the Exec-PC Graphics Archive.

So, why not come join the community? Now that the board is open to the public again, accepting new users with full access on first login, I hope you’ll help write the next chapter in the BBS’s history. Visit The Basement Theory today!

Note: SSH Port is 2618, an homage to the final digits of The Basement Theory’s 1990s telephone number. Telnet port is the standard 23.

Lost Chord BBS

Originally started in June 1986 on Commodore 64 hardware running 6485 BBS (thanks Ivory Joe!), now back and running Synchronet.

Nut House BBS

One of those fun loving bulletin boards with many registered doors, local and network message areas some files and much, much more.

Final Zone BBS

Final Zone BBS is a Bulletin Board System focused on conversation about vintage technology, gaming, and the like with a goal of being a kind of haven away from the typical “noise” of social media – the memes, the emoji, the trends, the flood of meaningless “me too” posts, and all of the “flavor of the week” mess that makes social media almost useless to some of us.

As stated above, the board has a heavy focus on technology and gaming, but open discussion about virtually whatever is welcome. The goal is to focus on the conversation and the sharing of information and to have fun while doing it. Additionally, uploads and sharing of interesting files or programs relevant to these topics is encouraged, within reason.

Email service is also provided which is fully compatible with older machines — this can be used for many purposes, from just normal communication to file transfers from modern machines to vintage computers that cannot handle the modern web.

The BBS runs on Synchronet and is connected to DOVE-Net for those interested in networked communications. Otherwise it is purely focused on local chat. Additionally, the IRC client built in to the system will connect you to the ##bbs-squad channel on freenode, where members of this board often chat in real time. It is a small but close knit community, one that welcomes new members who share a love of tech and gaming.

The board supports multiple login methods, such as  plain telnet, SSH, rlogin, and even NNTP and read-only Gopher access (depending on client used.)

Stop by and say “hi” today!

The main menu.
Some of the local message sections available.
The logoff prompt.

 

Abacus BBS

Abacus BBS now located in Portland is a rebirth of my Abacus system run in Boston in the late 90’s. Abacus currently features both FidoNet and FsxNet echomail and file bases. Doors are going to make a return soon.

ConstructiveChaos BBS

This BBS was built with the spirit of retro-gaming in mind…

 

 

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…with special emphasis placed on classic door games, such as…

LORD…

 

Usurper (both new and classic modes)…

 

Multiple games of Operation Overkill, arranged by difficulty…

 

TradeWars, Yankee Trader, and other TW-likes…

 

and a curated selection of many others.  Here are just some of the fantasy and sci-fi RPGs installed.

 

Also connected to a few message networks, like DOVE-Net, fsxNet, and GameNet.

No personal info or validation required; just enter and start having fun.

ConstructiveChaos awaits.

 

The Search BBS

Search BBS

Featuring:

MRC Chat (inter BBS irc like live chat), Gopher browser, games, FSXNet, Spooknet, RetroNet, and tqwnet.

Star Collision BBS

Star Collision BBS was a RemoteAccess BBS founded in the summer of 1993.
The BBS mainly focused on text files, DOS utilities and FidoNet echomail conferences.

A dedicated phone line was installed on January 10, 1994. After being a FidoNet point (2:206/120.6) for some time, the BBS became a FidoNet node (2:206/137) on August 4, 1995 and switched to 24h opening hours.

The BBS was first run on an Intel 386SX-40; later on an Intel 486DX4-100, an Intel Pentium MMX 200 and an AMD K6-2 400.

Modems used were a SupraFAXModem 24/96i, a PowerBit 14400 (March 1994), a USRobotics Sportster 28800 (May 31, 1996), a USRobotics Courier HST DS 14400, a USRobotics Sportster Vi 28.8 Faxmodem and a USRobotics Sportster Flash x2.

The last registered user signed up on September 6, 1997. The FidoNet node (2:206/137) was marked “Down” on October 24, 1997, and was removed on December 12, 1997. The dedicated phone line was decommissioned and the BBS closed down due to declining calls, lack of time and interest, and the advent of Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW).

The BBS was re-opened on August 3, 2019 – now using Mystic BBS on Linux – and joined fsxNet (21:1/202) on August 12, 2019.

It supports Telnet and SSH for users as well as Fido Technology Network (FTN) protocols binkp (IBN), fido/ifcico (IFC) and tfido (ITN/IVM) for echomail/netmail transfers. Dial-up is currently not available to the public, but preparations have been made for the future with a USRobotics Courier External 56K V.92 Global Dial-Up Business Modem (Courier V.Everything).

The BBS will focus on echomail conferences and file echos for the time being, with more to come in the future.

PhreakNet

PhreakNet is the premiere BBS for phreaks and telephone collectors everywhere. Chat, messaging, games, and exclusive file access available through the BBS. We have 23 modems in our modem bank. POTS connections are recommended but VoIP connections at 2400 baud also work well. Find the local access number nearest you at https://bbs.interlinked.us

New Frontier 2 BBS

Extra Extra!! Read all about it!!

The New Frontier ][ BBS

Web: frontierbbs net

Telnet: frontierbbs net

SSH: frontierbbs net:222

RLogin: frontierbbs net: 513

TONS of Echomail! Over 70,000 Files!
Networked & Local Online Games!
ANSI & RIP Graphics!
Running Synchronet/Linux!
IRC Chat!
Dial-in/Modem line VERY soon!

You won’t be disappointed!

Amiga Frontier BBS (1)

My shameful BBS plug!

The Amiga Frontier BBS

(Yes, you’ve guessed it, All Amiga!)
Amiga Files, Amiga Echomail (and Online Games!)
Running Enigma 1/2 -0.12
C=Net, FSXNet, CyberNet, & FidoNet
15,000+ all Amiga files (and adding more!) files
Networked Doors Games!
Dial-in/Modem line VERY soon!

Web: frontierbbs net

telnet: frontierbbs net:8888

SSH: frontierbbs net:8889

Tell all your Amiga Friends!

Emcomm NY

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 radio packet connections can also connect via radio to the EMCOMMNY BBS via the BPQ node main menu.  You just never know who may be lurking and from where!

The bbs menu system is dull downed a bit to accommodate the slow 300-1200 baud radio transfer rates.  Some radio connections taking several digipeater hops to reach the kc2mha node slowing it down even more.

Sign in with your call sign for packet radio access. Other telnet BBS functions are available to non HAM users.

BZ & BZ BBS

Running Enigma 1/2 BBS (Linux64) on a Linode. We have many card game doors, DoorMud – The land of the forgotten. Legend of the Red Dragon.  Pimp Wars.

 

Mutiny BBS

Mutiny BBS

Along with classic door games Mutiny also has Capers which is an in-house made door game not currently available anywhere else.  Other “Mutiny Originals” may be coming in the future as well!

Started December 2018. Synchronet BBS with a small but engaging user-base so the games that are online are actively being played.

Currently Mutiny has Legend of the Red Dragon, Global Wars, Mines of Gorr, Junkyard, Trade Wars 2002, Hexx Wars, Lost in Space, Gangland Wars and more

Ballon BBS

I have been in Japan for a long time.
Therefore, my talk partner is only Japanese people and I do not speak in English very often.
On the other hand, my English communication at SNS has increased.
I opened a BBS to strengthen my English.

By the way … Do you like balloons?

Bottomless Abyss BBS

The BBS is holding it's holidays contest, starting December 1st 2019 at 00:00Z.
The contest will run for 45 days and features a full fledged CTF and a Tournament.

See https://bbs.bottomlessabyss.net for up to date information.
Account can be created securely from the website.

* Many networks and active doors
* Great focus on privacy
* BBS home of Hackfest, Defcon613, The StarGate Complex and Novem Portis CTF
  challenges
* IT Security training material
* HAM Radio training material
* Provider of up-to-the-minute Hacking news on ArakNet
* Phenom Member board
* Free access and instant validation with valid email.
* Serious users only
* No need to provide real info but if you choose to provide a fake id, please
  be creative.
* Accounts that shows no efforts during creation are flagged BOGUS on the spot.



The BBS is also hosting the weekly Meetup In The Abyss on Wednesdays at 8PM EST.
It's the perfect time to connect and chat with other users and SysOps from many
other BBSes. The Bottomless Abyss is the home of Multi-Relay Chat, connection
over 60 BBSes.

Anima Ex Machina

The connections with people that last a lifetime through online and tabletop games and a shared passion for exploring machines and their languages are the soul of the machines. Multi-user chat, Crossroads of the Elements MUD, Elite-x/84, Exodus GameNet, Tabletop RPGs, Programming, Microcomputers.

Quantum Wormhole

It’s a BBS, running on Mystic v1.12 A39 Part of the tqwNet, fsxNet, RetroNet, FidoNet networks. Running since August 2018.

Lower Planes, The

31-July-2020

We have some new ANSI screens.  Found a copy of TETRA to install in the games area, who doesn’t like a good game of tetris? Local weather page. Hmm what else is new.. ahhh joined FSXnet, looks like JOHO’s key making days might be over, his HD was unrecoverable so no keys coming for FD.  I’ve had to improvise with FD using it standalone in a seperate VM to the BBS nodes.

     ________________________________________________________________
| 0 |:::::::::: T H E  L O W E R   P L A N E S  B B S  :::::::::::::| 0 |
|   |================================================================   |
| 0 |                                                               | 0 |
|   |Online Games:                                                  |   | 
| 0 |   - Tradewars 2002	         	     - Scrabble     | 0 |
|   | 	- Barren Realms Elite (2 Worlds)             - Murder Motel |   |
| 0 | 	- The Pit				     - Global War   | 0 | 
|   |  	         	  - Operation Overkill                      |   |
| 0 |                                                               | 0 |
|   |---------------------------------------------------------------|   | 
| 0 |                                                               | 0 | 
|   |1 Trillion Gigglybytes of      	       Message Areas        |   | 
| 0 |            30yr old warez dude                                | 0 |
|   |	- Apple II 8 bit			-Apple II           |   | 
| 0 |	- Apple IIGS 16 bit			-DOS                | 0 |
|   |	- DOS networking/bbs			-Waffle             |   | 
| 0 |                                                               | 0 |
|   |---------------------------------------------------------------|   |
| 0 |::::::::::::: Telnet:SSH:WWW - tlp.zapto.org -:::::::::::::::::| 0 |
|   |---------------------------------------------------------------|   |

Active games of Global War, LORD, The Pit

After Hours BBS

Just a good old BBS that has been around for 25 plus years and still a great place to hang out! Running Mystic BBS…

Stop by and say hello…

Amstrad BBS

Amstrad BBS

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.

Phantasm

Old Amiga Scene BBS from the 90’s Now restored from a backup and running emulated in the cloud.

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.

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Amiga City

A BBS for the Amiga computer line – Yes, it’s still supported… 🙂 We have over 3,500 downloads in the website, and a selected subset in the FTP area. We also have over 150 door games for you to enjoy, most not available anywhere else.

ByteXchange BBS

This BBS was created early on, in the late 80s by my good friend. I have now resurrected it into a modern Mystic BBS. We offer door games, tons message networks, and tons files, modern and older. It is also the WHQ BBS for Cyber-Net FTN BBS Network. You can fill out an online app on the BBS. Enjoy!

Ninho do Abutre 2 BBS

Fidonet Brazil Fidonet Spain Fidonet International DOVE-NET Usenet Private newsgroups 8000+ files

Phoenix BBS

FidoNet New England Regional Coordinator. Micronet Assistant Zone Coordinator. Full FidoNet backbone echomail feed and FileGate file feed. Registered doors running under DOSEMU.

Dreamland BBS

This BBS was started back in 1994 under Renegade and later became a Renegade Alpha board under Cott and Patrick then after Renegade stopped being worked on they changed to Mystic bbs and then became a Mystic Alpha board for the 1.08 platform and closed 2009 as dm had health issues and had to take a break and now re opened in Feb of 2015 and is dedicated to bringing back quality to bbsing. We have Win32 doors and mpl games. DoRENET echonet, Zero-net, fsx, araknet & Fido. In addition files, local messages and its all ansi based. Come join us  we have LoRD Win32. Also WHQ for the door game JEZEBEL and mpl Voodoo Island. Many classic doors have been added.

Xibalba

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X  i  b  a  l  b  a

(“shee-bal-ba” — the place of fear)

The official ENiGMA½ BBS software WHQ!

 

The board is evolving constantly with mods, art, and additional features via ENiGMA½ BBS software updates on a daily basis!

  • Connected to BBSLink / DoorParty! / BCR / Exodus door servers + local registered doors
  • fsxNet / RetroNet / SpookNet + local message bases
  • Blocktronics / iMPURE  / other ANSi/ASCii artscene pack hosting
  • Large file base with retro DOS games, retro magazines & books, article archive, horror comics, and more! 400+ gigs with web downloads!
  • Telnet bridge to other systems
  • The latest ENiGMA½ updates and news
  • More!

Connect Now

Connect now over secure WebSockets (https://xibalba.l33t.codes/)

KD3net

KD3net, based out of Pawtucket, RI, running Synchronet. Lots of local door games and apps, InterBBS games with BBSLink.net and CenterOfAwareness.net (like LORD, BRE, etc), and DOVE-Net, Radio/Weather Net, and Center Of Awareness message networks. Home of syncWXremix weather app for Syncrhonet boards.

Thunderbolt BBS

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 Users In Good Standing can Email Feedback To Sysop if they want the port number.

Agency BBS - Dunedin, New Zealand

Agency BBS

Based in Dunedin, New Zealand this BBS is a reincarnation of a system that operated from Hamilton, New Zealand around 1993-1995.

Back in 1995 Agency BBS used Renegade BBS software and was a member of several message networks including RGSNet, FidoNet, DemiMonde and LocNet.

These days the BBS runs using Mystic BBS software and is active in the fsxNet message network. Mystic is cool software that is still actively under development. The sysop (Avon) is happy to help new users set this software up for themselves should they be interested.

Agency BBS aims to cater for users worldwide who would like to experience and enjoy a bit of retro ‘old school’ technology that’s still alive and well in today’s Internet / website / email etc. dominated world.

Wintermute BBS

Established in 2009 and located in Düsseldorf (Germany) Wintermute BBS has a focus on classic computers with a bias towards Commodore computers as well as the (not yet retro) Rasspberry Pi SBC.

The bbs features a files section (x-/y-/z-modem downloads, just like the old days!), chat, netmail, local and networked bulletin boards (FIDO Net, BBS-Network) and popular RSS newsfeeds. For entertainment you may choose from a selection of classic DOS door games for you to enjoy.

The bbs migrated to a new software (MBSE BBS) on january 1st, 2019 after ten years of permanent operation and has been re-designed and re-organized. Data from the existing file areas was migrated from the old software to MBSE BBS as well.

While german is the primary language, english is also spoken and there are menus and RSS feeds available for both languages.