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- 2 Level Guru Mahachaturaji. Enlarging the Guru Mahachatuaji board to go with the enlarged army. (2x(10x10), Cells: 200) By Charles Gilman.
- 2x2x16 Race Chess. Race Chess on a 2-level circular board with Crooked Bishops and Queens. (2x(2x16), Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- 3 Level 4 Player Variants. Putting 4 players on a 3d board usually used for 2. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) By Charles Gilman.
- 3 to the 5. A 6-player variant on 3 overlapping 9x9 boards. (5x(11x11), Cells: 455) By Charles Gilman.
- 3-Dimensional Eight Level Chess. TRUE 3D Chess on an 8 x 8 x 8 board.
- 3-player Honeycomb Chess. A variant on a hex-prism board with the hex boards as levels instead of ranks to allow three players. (5x(), Cells: 180) By Charles Gilman.
- 3D Chess. A true 3D version of chess. By Dan Beyer.
- 3D Chess 4 Cubed. Three dimensional chess on 4 by 4 by 4 board. (Link.). (4x(4x4), Cells: 64)
- 3D Chess Webpage, the. An improved version of Raumschach. (Link.). By Richard Goode.
- 3D Chess, a Different Way of Looking at It. A scheme for a geometric translation of 2d piece moves into 3d.
- 3D Great Shatranj. A simple approach to 3D chess. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Joe Joyce.
- 3d Magna Carta Chess. Adding Barons and Dukes to Magna Carta Chess to commemorate 8th centenary of Magna Carta. (2x(5x8), Cells: 80) By Charles Gilman.
- 3d Minishogi. A variant originally devised for a contest that never materialised. (3x(3x5), Cells: 45) By Charles Gilman.
- 3d offset chess. Chess variants, invented by Ralph Betza, on non-cubic three dimensional boards. By Ralph Betza.
- 3D-chess FAQ file. Information on the classic 5x5x5 three dimensional chess game. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125)
- 3D-Schach. Chess on an 8 by 8 by 8 board.
- 3D8 Chess: The Official Ruleset. 3D Chess using 8 stacked standard sets.
- 4 x 4 x 8 Tri-dimensional Chess. Missing description (4x(4x8), Cells: 128) By Alberto Monteiro.
- Alice Chess. Classic Variant where pieces switch between two boards whenever they move. (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) (Recognized!) Author: Edward Jackman and Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton.
- Alice Raumschach. Combining the Raumschach and Alice chess variants. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125) By Robert Price.
- Armies of Faith 1: The Dawn of Civilisation. The first in of a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (3x(9x9), Cells: 243) By Charles Gilman.
- Armies of Faith 2: Later Antiquity. The second in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (5x(10x10), Cells: 245) By Charles Gilman.
- Armies of Faith 3: Assimilation. The third in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (5x(), Cells: 350) By Charles Gilman.
- Armies of Faith 4: Schism. The fourth in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (4x(8x8), Cells: 256) By Charles Gilman.
- Armies of Faith 5: Spiritual and Temporal. The fifth in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (4x(10x8), Cells: 320) By Charles Gilman.
- Armies of Faith 6: After Empire. The last in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (5x(), Cells: 370) By Charles Gilman.
- Battle of the Diagonals. Each player uses the three kinds of diagonal in different ways. (6x(9x9), Cells: 270) By Charles Gilman.
- Bellows Chess. The board expands and contracts from turn to turn. (12x12, Cells: 144) By Tony Quintanilla.
- Betza's Flying Circus. Bombers and interceptors fly above the chess board. By Ralph Betza.
- Betza's Three Dimensional Chess Games. Several 3d-chess variants by Ralph Betza. By Ralph Betza.
- Blocschach. Not only is the size of the back rank squared, so is its composition. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Charles Gilman.
- Boolean Rithmomachia. Missing description (4x(4x4), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Borg Queen. Variant of Star Trek 3D Chess. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Brookschach. 3d variant with three unconconventional subsets of Queen move. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Cavewars CSIPGS Chess. Three dimensional chess variant based on Cavewars game. By Ralph Betza.
- The Central Squares. 3d chess variant where all three levels share their central squares. (3x(6x6), Cells: 100) By JoÃ£o Pedro Neto.
- CGNP chess. A game with Knightly Pawns. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Abdul-Rahman Sibahi.
- Cheops. Large 3d chess variant inspired by Dune novels. By B. Gregory Johnson.
- Chess Cubed on Steam. Chess on a Puzzle Cube with standard pieces and rotations. By Ethan W.
- Chess Cubic. Chess board is a cube with each side a 4x4 grid. (6x(4x4), Cells: 96) By Robert J. Bell.
- Chess3. Chess-Cubed, a commercial, three level chess game. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) Author: James Trimm.
- Chess3. Three dimensional board with three board parts. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192)
- Chessma 84. Game with elements of Chess and Ultima on a board with two levels with special corner squares. (2x(10x10), Cells: 84) By Antoine FourriÃ¨re.
- Chessmic. Commercial, expensive, three-dimensional chess from Germany. Author: Hans L. Bodlaender.
- Christmas Tree Chess. Missing description (6x(11x11), Cells: 126) By Daniil Frolov.
- Corral Chess. Force the opponent to the center in this 45/46 Cell Contest entry. (2x(5x9), Cells: 46) By Doug Chatham.
- Corrugated Chess. A minimally-3d answer to the problem of symmetric-array 9-file variants. (9x8, Cells: 72) By Charles Gilman.
- Cosmic Chess. Website with program that lets you play this game against others on the WWW.
- Courier Leapale. Extrapolating Courier Kamil to 3 dimensions. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Cross3D Chess. 3D Chess game where pieces are arranged in a cross shape. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Stephane Burkhart.
- Crosstunnel. A cross between Tunnelchess and Fivequarters. (4x(8x8), Cells: 196) By Charles Gilman.
- Cube Chess. Chess board is a cube with 4 playable sides, each with a 4x4 grid. (4x(4x4), Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Cube+. Three dimensional chess variant with 38 squares. (3x(3x4), Cells: 38) By Jim Aikin.
- Cubic Chess. Three dimensional chess variant on 7 by 7 by 7 board. (Link.). (7x(7x7), Cells: 343)
- Curved Space. Variant of Star Trek 3D Chess. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Diagonal 3D Chess. Missing description (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Dan Beyer.
- Dimensionalized. 3D version of checkers, chess and shogi. By Paul Glover.
- Directed Alice III. a 3-board Alice Chess variant. By Joe Joyce.
- Dragonchess. A three-dimensional fantasy variant. (3x(12x8), Cells: 288) (Recognized!) Author: Edward Jackman. Inventor: Gary Gygax.
- A Dragonchess Page. Roberts Stevens' page on Dragonchess. Author: Rob Stevens. Inventor: Gary Gygax.
- dUchess. Chess on two levels. (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) By Eric S. Clayton.
- Ecumenical Eurasian Ninjachess. 3d variant on 10 by 5 by 5 board with many new pieces. (5x(5x10), Cells: 250) By Charles Gilman.
- Ecutunnel and Ecumillstone. 3d versions of twin-board Ecumenical Chess, with a new front-rank piece. (4x(4x12), Cells: 192) By Charles Gilman.
- Elevator. Three-dimensional chess variant with moving elevators and walking, vaulting and flying pieces. (4x(8x8), Cells: 192) By Ben Good.
- Emperor's Nobility 3d Latrunculi (EN3dL). 3d variant in which pieces can get promoted again and again. (5x(5x10), Cells: 250) By Charles Gilman.
- Empty Cube Chess. A variant using the faces of an 8x8x8 board with no triaxial moves. (8x(8x8), Cells: 296) By Charles Gilman.
- Exchequer. Commercial 3d chess variant on 4 by 4 by 4 board. (Link.).
- Exchequer 3D Chess. Expensive three dimensional chess variant. Inventor: Rick Hewson.
- Extreme 3D Chess Game. 8x8x8 3D Chess with linear, planar and cubic moves; and power absorption. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Larry L. Smith.
- FIDE-like rules for 3D Chess . (Link.). Author: Michael Klein and Jens Meder.
- First Contact. Variant of Star Trek 3D Chess. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Five Up. An improved version of Raumschach. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125) By Jim Aikin.
- Flipped-return Nichtschach. Pieces return as something else on the same 3d board. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Flipworld. Pieces are on both sides of a disc. (2x(6x7), Cells: 84)
- Flying Chess. Some pieces can fly. (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: David Eltis.
- Folding Magnetic Chess. fold between D&E files, play on both sides. Author: Deep Thought.
- Four dimensional chess . Pieces travel in time. (Link.). (3x(8x8), Cells: 192)
- Gross Raumschach. Larger, 4-player version of Raumschach. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Gutenschach. 3d variant using only planar pieces. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Charles Gilman.
- Heathen Europe Chess. 2 player cubic-cell Europe-specific offshoot of AOF series. (6x6, Cells: 144) By Charles Gilman.
- Hexagonal Raumschach. Three dimensional analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess, based on Raumschach. (5x(7x7), Cells: 185) By Kevin Pacey.
- Hexichess . 3D hexagonal Chess. DOS program playing this game, and information and photo of expensive glass set. (3x(), Cells: 75)
- Honeycomb Chess. This variant uses a board of hex-prism cells and two sets of FIDE pieces. (Cells: 120) By Charles Gilman.
- Honeycomb goes East. Shogi and Xiang Qi on a Hex-prism board. (16x9, Cells: 144) By Charles Gilman.
- Honeycomb Minishogi. Hex-prism version of 3d Minishogi, with compulsory setup phase. (4x(4x5), Cells: 50) By Charles Gilman.
- Hourglass Honeycomb Chess. 2 overlapping triangular prisms form a hex-prism board maximising the King's choice of Castling. (7x(7x7), Cells: 280) By Charles Gilman.
- Hyperchess. A chess variant on a board representing 4-D space that closely parallels traditional Chess. (4x(), Cells: 256) By Joe Joyce.
- Influence Chess. Pieces on the top or bottom layer influence which chess pieces may move on the middle layer. (3x(4x7), Cells: 84) By Samuel H. Bell.
- Influenced 8-Leveled 3D Alice Chess. A combination of Influence and Alice Chess on a 3D board. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512)
- John Savard's Three-Dimensional Chess. Missing description By John Savard.
- King's Dimension . 3D chess variant from prototype Macingtosh program. (Link.). (3x(8x6), Cells: 128)
- Kingdom of distorting mirrors. Missing description (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) By Daniil Frolov.
- Kobayashi Maru Variant of Star Trek 3-D Chess. A variant set of rules for playing chess using the 3 dimensionsal set featured on the TV series Star Trek. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Ladies and Generals. Missing description (6x(6x9), Cells: 324) By Charles Gilman.
- Lengthleaper Hex Chess. The hex-prism geometry has surprisingly many equal-length compound leapers. (4x(6x9), Cells: 136) By Charles Gilman.
- Lilliputian Monochromatic Alice Chess. All pieces are colorbound, and switch boards rather than switching color. (2x(6x7), Cells: 84) By Peter Aronson.
- Logis 3D. 3d-chess variant by R. Planesi. (Link.). Inventor: Ronald D. Planesi.
- Ludus Magus. Missing description (2x(8x8), Cells: 145) By Larry L. Smith.
- Mapped Chess. Missing description (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) By Stephane Burkhart.
- Megastar of David. Enlarged version of Star of David 2 Level Hex Chess. (2x(), Cells: 182) By Charles Gilman.
- Meirav. Pieces are buried before they are captured, buried pieces may capture other buried pieces. (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) By ×›×”×Ÿ ×“×•×ª×Ÿ.
- Melbourne Chess and Christchurch Chess. 3-D variant on an 8x8x8 board. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Charles Gilman.
- Millennium 3D Chess (tm) . (Link.). Inventor: William L. Dâ€™Agostino.
- Missionary cubic variants. Cubic-cell game with mixture of simple and compound forward-only pieces. (6x(6x8), Cells: 288) By Charles Gilman.
- Multi-Dimensional Multi-Player (MDMP) Chess. 2-8 player Chess, traditional and alternate armies, optional laser. By Donald Cimics.
- Multi-Dimensional Multi-Player (MDMP) Chess. 2-8 player Chess, traditional and alternate armies, optional laser. By Donald Cimics.
- Nearlytriple Raumschach. The logical extension of the Nearlydouble principle to Raumschach. (7x(7x7), Cells: 343) By Charles Gilman.
- Neutral Zone. StarTrek 3D Chess Variant. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Nichtschach. A 3d version of Notchess. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Ninepiece Nichtschach. Combining 4 Linepiece Fusion with Nichtschach. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Octahedral Chess. 3d-board in octahedral form. (9x(), Cells: 340) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender and Michael D. Ward. Inventor: Michael D. Ward.
- OctHex 146. Arranging the geometry of Tetrahedral Chess into an octahedron. (Cells: 146) By Charles Gilman.
- Odalisque Chess. Magnetic rotating three dimensional chess variant. (16x(1x4), Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Ã“skar's 3dchess. Missing description (5x(8x8), Cells: 320) By Hafsteinn Kjartansson.
- Ã“skar's 3dchess version 2. Missing description (5x(8x8), Cells: 320) By Hafsteinn Kjartansson.
- Paired Piece Tunnelchess. A new approach to the Tunnelchess first rank. (4x(4x8), Cells: 128) By Charles Gilman.
- Pentaplane. On a 5 by 5 by 5 board with various new pieces. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125) By George Marino.
- Peterson's 3-d Space Chess. Improved rules for Space chess. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) By Derick Peterson.
- Pillow Chess . Chess on a Pillow-shaped board. Author: Abdul-Rahman Sibahi. Inventor: Grant Cairns.
- Polyhedron Chess. Large 3-D variant inspired by Tetrahedral Chess. (5x(), Cells: 300) By Larry L. Smith.
- Prince. 8x8x8 3-D variant with new pieces. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) Author: Gavin Smith and Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Gavin Smith.
- Proto Prelates. An Armies of Faith offshoot adding Bishop compounds named after pre-Christian religious titles. (6x(10x10), Cells: 294) By Charles Gilman.
- Pyramidal Chess. 3-dimentional variant on four levels. (4x(), Cells: 120) By Florian Klachl.
- Qiube. Xiang Qi variant with Fortresses expanded from square to cube. (3x(9x10), Cells: 126) By Charles Gilman.
- Quadlevel 3D Chess. Four level 3d chess. (4x(4x8), Cells: 128) Author: Robert Koernke Jr. Inventor: Robert Koernke Sr and Robert Koernke Jr.
- Random Rodent Chess. Variant geneRATing rodent-named pieces marks Year of the Rat. (4x(9x9), Cells: 324) By Charles Gilman.
- Raumherichess. Board shaped like 3d version of English Heritage logo. (5x(7x7), Cells: 140) By Charles Gilman.
- Raumschach. The classical variant of three-dimensional chess: 5 by 5 by 5. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125) (Recognized!) Author: Bruce Balden and Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Dr. Ferdinand Maack.
- Ravioli Chess. Chess on two boards squeezed together at the edges. (2x(8x8), Cells: 100) By Antoine FourriÃ¨re.
- Redistribution 3d Chess. Relatively small 3d variant with short-range pieces including Pasha family. (4x(4x6), Cells: 96) By Charles Gilman.
- Salmon P. Chess. Huge three-dimensional game celebrating 10 years chess variant pages. (10x(), Cells: 7500) By Dale Holmes.
- Skidoo Chess. Pieces can "skidoo" into an interior board. (2x(8x8), Cells: 128) By John Smith.
- Smallest possible 2D and 3D chess. Missing description (2x(2x2), Cells: 4) By Daniil Frolov.
- Soul Reaver Chess. Missing description (8x8, Cells: 64) By Robert Kalin.
- Space Chess. Three dimensional commercial chess variant. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender.
- Spherical Chinese Chess. XiangQi with a spherical board. (9x10, Cells: 92) By Graeme C Neatham.
- ST3DRoth. Charlie Roth's Revision of Star Trek 3D Chess. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Charles Roth and Andrew Bartmess.
- Star Chess. 3d-chess variant on two round levels. (Link.).
- Star of David 2 Level Hex Chess. An AOF offshoot on two side-10 triangles opposite ways round. (2x(), Cells: 110) By Charles Gilman.
- Star Trek 3D Chess for Tournaments. A variation of Star Trek 3D Chess designed for tournament play. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Jens Meder and Andrew Bartmess.
- Stereo Chess. 8 by 8 board with four 4 by 4 boards stacked on top of it. (4x(), Cells: 128) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Gerhard W. Jensch.
- Stock Goes East 25 files. Stockschach-style analogues to Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots. (5x(5x9), Cells: 225) By Charles Gilman.
- Stock Goes East 49 files. Stockschach-style analogues to Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots. (7x(7x9), Cells: 441) By Charles Gilman.
- Stockschach. 3d game with "stock" 3d analogues to FIDE pieces. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Strand. Three dimensional game with pawns and kings that move along straight lines and must remain adjacent. (4x(4x4), Cells: 64) By Mike Cosgriff.
- Strato Chess. Information (no rules) about a quarter-century old three dimensional chess variant. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) Author: Jonathan Alden and Mark Hummel.
- Switchback Xiang Qi. Folding the Xiang Qi board into 3d has surprisingly little effect. (3x(3x10), Cells: 90) By Charles Gilman.
- Tandem-84. Variant on two boards of 7 by 6 rows with pieces moving between boards. (2x(6x7), Cells: 84) By Jim Aikin.
- Tetrahedral Chess. Three dimensional variant with board in form of tetrahedron. (7x(), Cells: 84) By Mark Thompson.
- Tetrahedral Shogi and Tetrahedral Hexgi. Shogi-based 3d variants on an enlargement of the Tetrahedral Chess board. (9x(9x9), Cells: 165) By Charles Gilman.
- Three Dimensional 8x8xN Chess Game. Three dimensional chess variant.
- Three dimensional Chess: Kogbetliantz game. Chess on an 8 by 8 by 8 board. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender and Bruce Grant. Inventor: Dr. Ervand George Kogbetliantz.
- Three Realms Chess. A three layer variant with familiar and fantastical pieces. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192) By Andrew L Smith.
- Three-dimensional Chess. A 20 years old commercial variant on a 3 x 8 x 8 board. (3x(8x8), Cells: 192)
- Through the Looking-Glass. Alice chess, but you see only a board. (2x(8x8), Cells: 64) By Paolo .
- Tim's 3d Chess. On a 5x5x5 board with two kings per player. (5x(5x5), Cells: 125) By Tim O'Lena.
- Total Chess. A type of three-dimensional chess from the 1940's which is played on four superimposed boards. (4x(8x8), Cells: 256) Author: James Trimm. Inventor: Charles Beaty.
- The Tower Game. A simple three dimensional chess variant. (8x(5x5), Cells: 200) Author: Abdul-Rahman Sibahi.
- TOWER SIEGE: 3D CHESS GAME. Missing description (8x(8x8), Cells: 64) By Kenneth Fourcell.
- Trans-Dimensional Chess. Large 3-D game with a field of twenty 3x3x3 cubes arranged in three levels. (3x(), Cells: 540) By Larry L. Smith.
- Transporter Pad. Star Trek 3D Chess Variant. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Tri-Cubic Chess. Experimental chess variant on shape of three cubes. (3x(), Cells: 72) By Robert J. Bell.
- Triagonal Chess. 3D with triagonal moves and a hole in the middle. (8x(8x8), Cells: 504) By (zzo38) A. Black.
- Triaxial Qi. A 3d variant based on Xiang Qi but with triaxial steppers. (5x(5x10), Cells: 250) By Charles Gilman.
- Tridimensional Chess (Star Trek). Three-dimensional chess from Star Trek. (7x(), Cells: 64) (Recognized!) Author: Hans L. Bodlaender and Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Andrew Bartmess.
- Tunnelchess. 3D variant played on a stack of four Half Chess boards. (4x(4x8), Cells: 128) By Charles Gilman.
- Tunnelshogi. 3-D Shogi variant. (8x(4x4), Cells: 128) By Charles Gilman.
- Two Pronged Chess. 2 "simultaneous" moves per turn with separate pieces. By John Whelan.
- Unionschach, Sachsenschach, and Leapale. Some 3D Chess variants. (6x(6x6), Cells: 216) By Charles Gilman.
- Warp Factor. Variant of Star Trek 3D Chess. (7x(), Cells: 64) By Larry L. Smith.
- Waterfall Xinag-Qi. An elegant 3D xinag-qi variant. (9x(9x10), Cells: 810) By Daniil Frolov.
- Weltschach. 3d Wildeurasian variant including Unicorn and Sling moves and covering all 2nd-perimeter destinations. (8x(8x8), Cells: 512) By Charles Gilman.
- Witham\'s Three Dimensional Chess. A scheme for a geometric translation of 2d piece moves into 3d.
- Year of the Pig Variants. Subvariants extending the forward moves in assorted previous variants old and new. By Charles Gilman.
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