SSD just closed this question as off-topic because it's about a video game.
The question is about DNDBBS, which appears to stand for "Dungeons and Dragons Bulletin Board System." This site describes it as "An attempt to bring Dungeons and Dragons to the BBS Experience." That makes it sound more like a setup for doing traditional (non-CRPG) role playing over a computer system, which would be on topic.
However, DNDBBS appears to be ancient (can only be run via DOSBOX these days, according to its creator), so finding reliable info about it is proving somewhat difficult. The question makes it sound like its own system, with its own stats and rules, which would be weird if it was just BBS software; that makes it sound more like it is a video game.
Has anybody actually used this software, or is anybody familiar enough with it to tell us definitively whether DNDBBS is a video game (off-topic) or a system for doing traditional role playing online (on topic)?
(SSD, if you already know the answer to this and that's why you closed the question, then apologies in advance for questioning you!)
Update: A conversation with the querent has revealed that:
- He's the creator of the software.
- It's "not a video game, and it IS a multi-node traditional campaign-type game."
I'm not gonna lie, I'm still confused and unsure whether the question is on topic.