- Annan Shogi . Shogi variant where pieces move like a friendly piece directly behind it (and similar variants). Author: Young-Hyun Joo.
- Beautiful Sun Chess (Meiriqi) . 10x10 blend of FIDE, Shogi, and Xiangqi influences. By Glenn Overby II.
- Bushi Shogi. Extremely small shogi variant played with cube pieces. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Georg Dunkel.
- Cannon Shogi . Played on a 9x9 Shogi board, feature various types of 'Cannon' pieces. Inventor: Peter Michaelsen.
- Chu Shogi . Shogi variant on 12 by 12 board.
- Dai Dai Shogi. Extremely large Shogi variant invented in the 17th century. Author: Douglas Silfen and Eduard Werner.
- EurasiaChess Shogi . Shogi and mini-Shogi with mixed chess-symbols&Japanese-Kanjis. Author: Emmanuel Baud.
- Grand Shogi. Normal Shogi, but with extra pieces. By Christine Bagley-Jones.
- Great Whale Shogi. Large board based on Whale and Wa Shogi. Author: Douglas Silfen. Inventor: R. Wayne Schmittberger.
- iChess . Missing description By Pangus Ho.
- Ito Shogi . Missing description Author: Malcolm Webb. Inventor: Jonathan H Rutherford.
- Medusa Shogi. Missing description Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Gary K. Gifford.
- Microshogi . Small shogi variant on a 4 by 5 board. Inventor: Oyama Yasuharu.
- Millennium Chu Shogi . http://pika.cs.nctu.edu.tw/lit/MillenniumShogi.zip. By Yu Ren Dong.
- Rutherford's 1-dimensional Shogi. Modern one-dimensional chess variant, based upon Shogi. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Jonathan H Rutherford.
- Sankaku Shogi . Small Shogi variant played on a board of 44 triangles with no drops and a teleporting Emperor. By Larry L. Smith.
- Shogi . Westernized version using Alfaerie graphics. Author: David Howe and Fergus Duniho.
- Shogi 3D. Three dimensional version of Japanese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
- Shogi, Mortal Shogi, and Kamikaze Mortal Shogi . Optimized ZRFs for Japanese Chess and some recent variants. Author: Fergus Duniho.
- Three Player Hex Shogi 91 . A hexagonal Shogi Variant for three players. By Fergus Duniho.
- Tori Shogi. Bird Shogi. Author: Eduard Werner. Inventor: Ohashi Soei.
- Typhoon (Revised) . Missing description By Adrian King.
- Wa Shogi. Large Shogi variant from the 17th century or earlier. Author: Douglas Silfen.
- Whale Shogi. Small Shogi variant. Author: Douglas Silfen and Karl Scherer. Inventor: R. Wayne Schmittberger.
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