Our board is dedicated to the home-brew programmers, and all of us Rasberry Pi addicts. We love retro gaming, which eludes to the fact you can find some emulators and a bunch of retro game roms. I also have a bunch of support software for Timex Sinclair/ZX81 and am going through abandon ware roms for the Atari 2600. Along with a pile of NES roms. Coming soon.
So please enjoy.
this bbs carries a lot of message bases plus a lot of classic door games as well.lot of classic door games as well.
Bubble Boggle, Dice Warz 2, Chicken Delivery, Jeopardized!, Dice Warz, Kingdom, DrugLord, Dragonlance, Fat Fish, Life, Kannons and Katapults, Maze Race, Lemons, Milliway’s Casino, Star Trek, Piss-o-Rama, Synkroban, Star Stocks, Thirstyville, Synchronetris, Uber Blox!, Gooble Gooble, Synchronet Blackjack!, Solomoriah’s WAR!, DoorMUD v0.99, Wordem, Legend of the Red Dragon, Netrunner, Lunatix, Assassin, Legend of the Red Dragon, BBS Crash, MZK LORD, Virtual Sysop, Operation: Overkill II, The Pit, Trade Wars 2002, Bordello Planets: The Exploration, Junkyard, Global War, Murder Motel, Global Backgammon, Darklands, Barren Realms Elite, Hackin’ Crackin’ Falcon’s Eye, Mega Slots, Usurper, Fresh Water Fishing Sim, Falcon’s Honor, Lemonade, The Arcadian Legends, Dungeon Master, DoorMUD, BCR Games Server, Pimp Wars.
I also offer a lot of modern menu shells and classic menu shells that been updated/fixed for the current version of Synchronet. Many to offer that will be added over time. Please check it out.
Update: SSH Port Changed to 2222; 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!