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- Alapo. Simplified game.
- Apocalypse Mini-Chess. Miniature version with four horsemen.
- Caïssa. Christian Freeling's game with a royal queen.
- Chessence. Units move and capture depending on their proximity to their colleagues.
- Compact Chess. Small version popular in South Africa.
- Congo. Animals fight on 7 by 7 board.
- Diana Chess. Miniature chess game from the late 1800's.
- Echos. Transform your non-attacked, non-royal units as you like.
- Flip Chess. Missing description
- Flip Shogi. Missing description
- Half Chess. 4x8 board, plays well.
- Hexes Chess . Hexes Chess requires fewer chess pieces and a smaller board than conventional chess, but increases the mobility of each piece.
- Italian Miniature Progressive Chess. 5x5 progressive game as played in Italy.
- Loonybird. Pieces on a seven by seven board move differently when they take.
- Los Alamos Chess. Used for the first computer chess program.
- Mini-Shogi. Missing description
- Miniature Chess. From an old Martin Gardner column in "Scientific American".
- Monarch Hexagonal Chess. Proprietary hexagonal variant.
- Petite Chess. Chess on a 5 by 6 board.
- Philosopher's Chess. Winner of the 40 squares contest.
- Shakti. Christian Freeling's simple, elegant game with disappearing squares.
- Toystore Chess. A problem-like Chess variant on a 5x5 board with free placement.