THe iNSAnE AsYLuM BBs was originally online in the late ’80s and was into the Elite, Underground, Warez BBS system. I decided to bring it back online using synchronet though in the past The Insane Asylum was not using Synchronet back in the 80’s we used a few different BBS Packages over the years, Celerity, Oblivion, Vision/2 Vision-x, and Renegade. The Insane Asylum BBS is now up and running again now using Synchronet. I really like all the work Digitalman and all the others who have put their time into synchronet it’s a great bbs package with so many options. The Insane Asylum Currently has 20 External Door games. We are also now connected Remotely with Valhalla Home Services BBS there Odin’s Maze Game Server and there BBS Tradewars Game Server and we are also connected to the Prisoner’s Game Lounge. You can access all our games and connect to the remote game servers in our external program area once you have registered an account with us and you have been validated after you leave us new user feedback. We over 500 Warez, specifically for BBS SysOps. Fully registered bbs packages, bbs utilities and serials for BBS Packages, BBS Doors BBS Utilities and miscellaneous BBS Serials and cracks. We also carry a huge collection of support files for synchronet Sysops. Modules Shells, menus and miscellaneous synchronet bbs files. We also have a few dedicated file areas for mods from Edge of Oblivion, Digital Distortion, Demonic Productions. Please feel free to leave me feedback with any errors you may come across or any concerns and suggestions by leaving me local mail on the bbs or the email listed below.
We hope to see you stop by!
Yet another Synchronet BBS. Located in Queens NY Focusing on messaging and the many Nets available to BBS users. You can find Fidonet Echos, DoveNet, RetroNet, MicroNet, FsxNet, RminiNet, I-Link and Usenet. BBSlink and DoorParty is also available.Located in Queens NY. Guest OK.
1:267/160 havens.synchro.net telent https ssh rlogin
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.
Along with classic door games Mutiny also has Capers which is an in-house made door game not currently available anywhere else. Future “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
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 Saucerful of Secrets (1995-97). “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.
Of course, even though the board is an admitted exercise in nostalgic self-indulgence, The Basement Theory‘s main goal is to be a contributing part of the current BBS scene. It belongs to DOVE-net, FidoNet, and Agoranet, in case you’re looking for a node to participate in the BBS message networks. It also runs several door game favorites, including games still being developed, like Rick Parrish’s modern port of Usurper. There are even new, ongoing archival projects, such as the Animation File Archival Project (GL/FLI/DL) and the Exec-PC Graphics Archive.
So, why not come be part of a new community? Visit The Basement Theory today!