- 4*Chess (four dimensional chess). Four dimensional chess using sixteen 4x4 boards & 96 pieces. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) By Kevin Pacey.
- 4x16 Race Chess Revisited. New version of race chess on circular 4 by 16 board. (16x4, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- An-Qi. Played on the squares of half a Xiangqi board but using all the pieces. (8x4, Cells: 32)
- Carrousel Chess. Game with 32 pieces. (16x4, Cells: 64) By Kevin Pacey.
- Chess Cubic. Chess board is a cube with each side a 4x4 grid. (4x4x6, Cells: 96) By Robert J. Bell.
- Chessence. Small variant with many possible winning conditions. By Stephen Sniderman.
- Chesseract. Four dimensional chess variant. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) By Jim Aikin.
- Cube Chess. Chess board is a cube with 4 playable sides, each with a 4x4 grid. (4x4x4, Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Cube+. Three dimensional chess variant with 38 squares. (3x4x3, Cells: 38) By Jim Aikin.
- Exchequer. Commercial 3d chess variant on 4 by 4 by 4 board. (Link.).
- Exchequer 3D Chess. Expensive three dimensional chess variant. Inventor: Rick Hewson.
- Hibryd I. Game played on 4x4 board with a King and four Pawns each, neutral pieces, multiple forms of capture and many ways of winning. (4x4, Cells: 16) By Jared B. McComb.
- Hippodrome. Solitaire game using a small board. (4x4, Cells: 16) By Andy Lewicki.
- Hyperchess4. Hyperchess updated: changed rules, discussion, sample game, etc. By Joe Joyce.
- Infinite Ring Chess. Experimental variant with board shaped as ring. (16x4, Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Lemniscate Chess. Chess played on a Lemniscate board (in the shape of an infinity symbol). (18x4, Cells: 72) By David Cannon.
- Limiting Chess. On a 4x8 board, with the objective of capturing all the opponent's pieces. (8x4, Cells: 32) By Sergey Sirotkin.
- Multi-Dimensional Multi-Player (MDMP) Chess. 2-8 player Chess, traditional and alternate armies, optional laser. By Donald Cimics.
- Odalisque Chess. Magnetic rotating three dimensional chess variant. (1x4x16, Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Open King 4*4DChess. Four dimensional game with 48 pieces. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) By Kevin Pacey.
- Peng Hu rules. Rules for half-board Xiangqi. (8x4, Cells: 32)
- Quarterboard. Small variant with no pawns and piece drops, inspired by Chess and Shogi. By Milan Zeiske.
- Sphinx Chess. Likely the first 4D chess variant. Author: Ben M Reiniger. Inventor: Vernon Rylands Parton.
- ST3DRoth. Charlie Roth's Revision of Star Trek 3D Chess. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Charles Roth and Andrew Bartmess.
- 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.
- Strand. Three dimensional game with pawns and kings that move along straight lines and must remain adjacent. (4x4x4, Cells: 64) By Mike Cosgriff.
- Super4*Chess (four dimensional chess). Four dimensional chess variant played with 96 pieces. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) By Kevin Pacey.
- TessChess. 4D chess featuring symmetrically-moving pieces. (4x4x16, Cells: 256) By Ben M Reiniger.
- Tic-Tac-check. Get four chesspieces in a row on a 4 by 4 board. (4x4, Cells: 16) Author: Daniel Thibault and Hans L. Bodlaender. Inventor: Don Green.
- Timeline. Pieces travel through time on four 4 x 4 x 4 boards. (4x4x4, Cells: 64) By George Marino.
- Tunnelshogi. 3-D Shogi variant. (4x4x8, Cells: 128) By Charles Gilman.
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