This is a recreation of my 1990’s Leisure Time BBS from Alamogordo, NM. It is part of SynchroNet and FidoNet echomail systems. I have a large amount of Sunrise Doors as well as a multibbs game server connection.
The System Operator’s primary motivation in running this BBS is to have fun in retro computing. He exerted effort to make this BBS give you a mid-1990’s BBSing experience. Fidonet and FsxNet echo mail areas are available here. Popular door games such as (but not limited to) LORD, LORD2, Global War, etc., can be played here.
This BBS is dedicated to Old Computer Software such as IBM PC/JR, IBM XT, AT, 386, 486 and 586’s. Mainly DOS software, some Windows 3.1 stuff but mostly DOS stuff. Either Shareware or Freeware.
If you’re looking for modern stuff, you won’t find it here. We also are not a Gaming site, too many other sites offer that (Doors).
Also home of the Original BBS Door Games Star Trek, Star Trek The Immersive Game, Story-Board and Break The Web! All written by the Systop Gary Crunk.
Browse, Download and Enjoy. Leave comments and I will completely Ignore Them! 🙂 Enjoy the BBS.
Running on a Windows XP and Mystic BBS software. Operating 25 hours a day, 8 days a week, 368 days a year. We’re Dedicated!
“That’s one of the best BBS logos ever made.” – Hawk Hubbard, sysop of Black Flag (The World’s Most Dangerous BBS)
Due to abuse of the system by a user who apparently has nothing better to do than troll bulletin boards, we’ve had to implement a rotating new user password.
Current new user password: FR33B33R
Alcoholiday BBS! Est. 1995, reborn in 2001, and born yet again in 2015. Running Mystic on a Raspberry Pi 2, a dozen message nets, three stylish themes (custom art by Blocktronics, Impure and more). “The online cyber keg party.”
Alcoholiday is not an “art board” per se, but a board that appreciates good art — both of the “Amiga ASCII” and CP437 ANSI variety. Our main theme is called “Danger Girl” and is inspired by deadly women of comic books.
“The West Gate” is Alcoholiday’s more mystical alter-ego, based on the symbolism of Freemasonry, and is available as a theme at login. We also have a “Minimal” theme that is purely ASCII-based for ease of use with non-ANSI terminal clients, and limited mobile apps.
Alcoholiday has very few file areas, as we believe the spirit of the traditional bulletin board is within its message bases. However we are an official iMPURE Ascii distribution site, and we do feature a handful of unique file bases for retro esotericism.
We suggest Netrunner or Syncterm for the best experience. Both clients will automagically change fonts so ASCII resembles its traditional Amiga font, and ANSI blocks are represented properly. The browser-based terminal below will also work, but results may vary.
Alcoholiday wouldn’t exist without the help and support of a few folks: Caphood, Jack Phlash, Griskokare, Luciano, g00r00, Avon, Metalhead, Gryphon, H7, Skuz, Shooter, Weatherman, and many others.
Be sure to follow Alcoholiday on Twitter @alcoholidaybbs as I post all sorts of BBS-related stuff there.
– AgoraNet (46:1/166)
– ZeroNet (911:1803/0)
– DoRENet (44:100/1)
– Survival Net (9:91/18)
– fsxNet (21:1/113)
– FidoNet (1:123/525)
– WWIVnet-FTN (11:1/202)
– VKRadioNet (432:1/103)
– RetroNet (80:774/8)
– CyberNet (40:200/20)
Home of several Python scripts by Zero Reader:
– Solar-Terrestrial Data
– Raspberry Pi System Info
– Google Trends (ported to Python from Frost’s original script)
– TopBox (The weekend’s top-grossing films)
– Local weather/Moon phase conditions
– Trump Tweets (For fun… not a political statement)
– RSS Robot for dumping RSS feeds into message bases
– Drunken Quotes
– And more…
Video: Mystic Guy’s Review
Modern BBS with an oldskool feel. Many doors and nets.
Now running Mystic BBS! Member of FidoNet, fsxNet, MicroNet & DoveNet. Usenet newsgroups. Member of BBS Link, Door Party & Valhalla Tradewars server. 50+ registered door games including LORD, TEOS, Usurper, Exitilus, Ambroshia, Trade Wars, The Clans, BRE, FE, Eclectic Avenue, Pimp Wars and a bunch of card and dice games. Older DOS era files and BBS related programs. Full access to the door games, files and read-only access to networked message bases on the first call (after creating your account). Posting requires validation.
Now accessible by modem, visit http://www.uuhec.net/simnet/ for more information.
IPv6 available at ipv6.lightningbbs.com.
Ran and maintained by Carlos Roldan aka Necromaster. Running Mystic BBS windows (Latest Version) on port 23. Come check us out! WHQ for RetroNet. With areas for Amiga, Atari, PC, Coleco Adam, Apple, Emulators and others. Currently have the following Network message and file areas: SurvNet, FSXNet, AgoraNet, DoreNet, GatorNet, SFNet, CSCNet, SportNet, MicroNet, CyberNet, DoveNet, MusicalNet, DeveloperNet, Radio/Weather Net, CombatNet, WhisperNet, FidoNet, RetroNet and HappyNet! Featuring CombatNet 411 league door games, BBSLink door games and DoorParty GameSrv server written by Rick Parrish. The server has over 160 door games with almost every one registered, and about 70 DOS text games. The LORD game also has about 130 IGMs rotated to 5 random per day! Hosted by Throwback BBS! Also featuring MRC which allows you to chat with users connected locally to the BBS as well as other users from other systems! Cyber-Net Eastern Coordinator. ANSI ONLY!
This BBS was started back in 1994 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 & Fido. In addition files, local messages and its all ansi based. Come join us we have LoRD Win32.
Well it’s been a great year, lots have changed and we welcome all of you to stop by Error 404 BBS. We have great door games to play , loads and loads if files to browse and download, and many message nets. We also offer a vintage T.A.G. bbs for users to check out called Detroit 313. We also offer telnet out to other BBSes from with in our own board by using our custom BBS telnet list. Also you can find us at error404bbs.com (no telnet needed) Stop by and say hello!