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- Crooked Board Chess. Variant on a board of standard size but odd shape. (8x12, Cells: 64) By Charles Gilman.
- Cross Chess. Game played on a cross-shaped board. (Cells: 64) Author: Peter Aronson. Inventor: Leigh Miller and N. Maddox.
- Cross-Eyed Chess. Two player variant on cross-shaped board. (12x12, Cells: 84) By Uri Bruck.
- Cross3D Chess. 3D Chess game where pieces are arranged in a cross shape. (8x8x8, Cells: 512) By Stephane Burkhart.
- Crossbishop Chess. Introducing the Crossbishop piece, with interesting cannon capabilities (Zillions file downloadable). By M Winther.
- Crossbishop_Chess (8x10). A big-board variant featuring the new Crossbishop piece, an advanced cannon relative (Zillions file downloadable). By M Winther.
- Crossover Chess. Two player variant with crossshaped board. (12x12, Cells: 64) By Robert J. Bell.
- Crossover-piece Dual Direction Variants. Variants adding different moves in the dual direction to already dual pieces. () By Charles Gilman.
- Crossrook Chess. Introducing the Crossrook, a versatile piece with cannon capabilities (Zillions file downloadable). By M Winther.
- Crosstunnel. A cross between Tunnelchess and Fivequarters. (8x8x4, Cells: 196) By Charles Gilman.
- Crouching Stepper, Hidden Rider. Xiang Qi pieces' moves lengthen and shorten with location. (9x10, Cells: 90) By Charles Gilman.
- Crowd Chess 1: Safety in Numbers. More pieces can occupy the same square - you can only form or move to a crowd by a non-capturing move. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Crowd Chess 2: All Go Together. More pieces can occupy the same square and share the same fate. (8x8, Cells: 64) By Ralph Betza.
- Crown. Players secretly decide whether their king or queen (who moves like the king) is royal. Inventor: L. U. Kisljuk.
- The Crown of Krithala. Pieces move a crown which the opponent wants to capture. By Lawrence C. Smith.
- Crown Prince Chess. One Knight on each side is replaced by a Crown Prince. (8x8, Cells: 64) Inventor: Matthew Chrzaszcz and Derek Mota.
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