Author: Paul Viscovich
Additional Notes:
Paul Viscovich writes "The software was a multidisk overlay program that ran on the c64 and the c128 it utilized additional drives to store online games and messages. The main system was housed on one disk and would load and bank in different parts of the BBS from ram under roms. This software sold 45 copies and at one point in 1983-4 had at least 11 systems running nation wide. The software was born out of the need to have a BBS to support the 1200 baud VolksModems that at the time had little or no support on the C64 other than the bundled terminal software that was buggy at best."