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Vague BBS

Vague BBS logon screen
Vague BBS logon screen

5 nodes. Door games. That’s it.

Best experienced using SyncTERM or Qodem.

Alcatraz

  1. Alcatraz opened circa 1985 closed mid-late 1989. Currently runs on an emulator on a pc. We were a member of UFP. For best results, log in with an Atari 8-bit or ATASCII emulator like AT_Telnet2 or Syncterm for the PC.

Dark Star BBS

AmiExpress 4.20 running on an Amiga A1200 http://baudgirl.com telnet://baudgirl.com:2300 ftp://baudgirl.com:2100

The Basement BBS

The Basement BBS was originally online from 1986 – 1998. The version that you can now telnet to was pieced together with backup floppy disks from 1990-1993. The BBS includes restored messages/message bases from 1990-1993, some restored file sections, 21 online games, and lots of customization. For best results, log in with an Atari 8-bit or a telnet client that supports ATASCII (Atari Mode). One such client is Syncterm. Syncterm is available for Windows, Linux, Mac OS/X, etc. You can download Syncterm here.

The Basement’s telnet address is: basementbbs.ddns.net port: 9000.

If you rather not use a telnet client, then you can log in using a web client available at: www.sfhqbbs.org/telnet-basement.php

Note: The web client below does not work with The Basement. You  need to use the aforementioned web client.

House of Lunduke

The best of BBS gaming – with active player community. LORD, TradeWars, Exitilus, BRE, The Pit, & more. 20 nodes. Free for all.

PB PCBoard BBS

Resurrection of my PCBoard BBS,  Now fully online and still receiving tweaks and further developments.  All FidoNet echoes are available plus a number of games and connection to BBS Links and other Game Servers.  Also user can telnet to other BBSes.

Helicon BBS

Arizona BBS. Classic door games: Legend of The Red Dragon, Trade Wars 2002 Gold, Global Wars, Food Fight. Email: heliconbbs@gmail.com

Deep Space ’94

Recently migrated to Mystic BBS software.

Featuring fsxNet, DOVE-Net, BBSlink.net message networks.

Full selection of door games through BBSlink.net

60+ file areas focusing on classic demoscene files, retrogaming/emulation, and more.

Check us out! Or don’t. You know, I’m not your boss.

Orbit BBS

Orbit feartures 15 Local message bases available. Connected to AgoraNet, SurvivalNet, DixieNet and FidoNet. First call access to the full system with LOCAL message areas only. Othernets available with a simple request. Mystic Relay Chat is also available. Website is available with fTelnet.

BBS

NW Micronet

I just started this BBS, so there aren’t many users (yet) This is a messaging BBS! A have a newsgroup, a movie review message board, and an ASCII art message board. *please note that the BBS is only online between 7 AM to 8 PM (pacific time)*

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Amiga City

A BBS for the Amiga computer line – Yes, it’s still supported… 🙂 We have over 2,500 downloads in the website, and a selected subset in the FTP area.

Lobsters

Technology-focused link-aggregation and discussion site

A 80’s Apple II BBS

A 80’s Apple II BBS is running on a real Apple IIe with Duodisk. The Software is GBBS Pro V1.2 DOS3.3. Our goal is to give all members the real experience of a Software developed at the beginning of the 80’s on a real Apple II Computer from the same time period.

We offer different VisiCalc sheets for download!

Frozen Floppy BBS

FRoZEN FLoPPY is the latest and greatest new top elite BBS housing no other than Genesis★Project! Graphics designed by Mermaid The BBS is running on a REAL Commodore 128 in 64-mode. The current setup is: – JiffyDOS – Original Swiftlink 9600 baud – ThunderDrive 4GB – Modified version of TCPSER

Banana Bender BBS

bANANA bENDER BBS is an ELITE board part of the RETRO!HACK BBS network!

RapidFire

RapidFire BBS – Excess HQ Runnning at a real C64 + SuperCPU + Ramlink + Thunderdrive + 8GB!

Heatwave

Heatwave runs on a vintage Myarc Geneve 9640 (TI-99/4A clone) built in 1987. Originally opened in July 2011 in Phoenix AZ, the board is now under “new management” in Texas. Same BBS, different SysOp (Insane Multitasker). Message areas, Gameroom, file areas and much more.

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Basement Theory

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!

STar Fleet HQ

Running on an actual Atari Mega 4 STE using a Lantronix MSS-100.