- 3D Chess War. Play 4 chess games at once, first game won wins the whole war.
- 4 x 4 x 8 Tridimensional Chess. Clever 3-D variant, closer to Raumschach, but according to Gilman, solves some of Raumschach's design flaws.
- 65 Square Chess. FIDE chess but pretend there's another square smack dab in the middle.
- Advanced wizard chess. Missing description
- Alice Chess. Play this classic variant in which pieces switch between boards whenever they move. (Recognized!)
- Bellows Chess. The board expands and contracts from turn to turn.
- Betza's Flying Circus. 4 Levels but only four pieces of two kinds can move on three of the levels.
- Corral Chess.. Force the opponent to the center in this 45/46 Cell Contest entry.
- Dimension X. Unusual transdimensional pieces interact with FIDE Chess.
- Directed Alice Chess III. 3-board Alice.
- Hexagonal Raumschach. 3D analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess based on Raumschach.
- Joe Joyce Hyperchess. Easy to play 3D Chess variant where pieces can act on small board or large board.
- Kobayashi Maru Variant of Star Trek 3-D Chess. A variant set of rules for playing chess using the 3 dimentional set featured on the TV series Star Trek.
- Quadruple Besiege Chess. Toroidal Variant with piece movements defined by stretches.
- Raumschach. "... (German for Space Chess) is one of the first three-dimensional chess variants and the first to survive until present".
- Raumschach (rules enforcing). Play Raumschach on Game Courier, with rules enforced.
- Ravioli Chess. Chess on two boards squeezed together at the edges.
- Skewer Chess. A 3D variant of Chess with new pieces.
- Smaller Alice Chess. Missing description
- Stuck in the Middle with You. 3 Different Boards and 3 Different Armies!
- Tandem-84. Jim Aikin's Tandem-84 on the Game Courier.
- Tim's 3D Chess. On a 5x5x5 board with two kings per player.
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