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- Abstract Chess. Pieces are represented by stacks of different heights.
- Alice Chess. Looking-glass boards. Extremely popular variant.
- Alice Chess II. Alice Chess with armies starting on opposite boards.
- Amazon Knights Chess. The queen may also move as a knight, and rooks and bishops.
- Arena Chess. Entry in the 32-move-maximum contest.
- Baroque Chess. Java applet that plays the game.
- Blackburne's Proposal. QR becomes a marshall, QB becomes a pegasus, and KB becomes a queen are enhanced.
- Chad. Christian Freeling's simple game of complex strategy.
- Cheshire Cat Chess. When a unit leaves a square, the square vanishes.
- Chessenat. Game from Columbia with custodial captures.
- Chessgi. Captured units become yours to drop onto the board.
- Clockwork Orange Chess. Captured pieces are replaced with non-capturing counterparts.
- Corner Chess. Fast-paced variant without pawns.
- Crazyhouse Chess. One-board Bughouse.
- Emperor of China. A cross between Chess and Halma.
- Fusion Chess A. Pieces merge and separate.
- Fusion Chess B. Pieces merge and separate.
- Grasshopper Chess. Row of grasshoppers behind the pawns.
- Gryphon Chess. Units are promoted on each move.
- Gryphon Chess II. Units are promoted on each move.
- Hecatomb Chess. One king and 31 queens on each side.
- Joust. Two knights. Squares cannot be revisited.
- King's Fortress Chess. Random setup with king's in opposite corners and extra pawns.
- Ludus Chessunculus. Game played on Hexagonal board with non-standard pieces.
- Maelstrom Chess. All 64 squares are initially occupied.
- Metamorphing Chess. Pieces upgrade when escaping, downgrade when capturing.
- Metamorpin'-Fusion A. Pieces are likely to proliferate.
- Metamorpin'-Fusion B. Pieces are likely to proliferate.
- Ms. Alice Chess. Alice Chess played on one board.
- Narrowness Chess. Many pawns.
- Ninny Chess. Classic board game.
- Perfect Chess. Rook, bishop, knight, plus each of the four compounds ("perfect").
- Promethean Chess. Units visiting the home squares of others leave behind duplicates.
- Recruiter Chess. Capturer recruits on adjacent squares.
- Too Many Bishops. Place an enemy bishop after your own move.
- Tutti Frutti Chess. Eight different pieces.