- Beryl Chess. Variant on board of 39 triangles. (Cells: 39)
- Chromopolis. `Almost' colorbound pieces on a cylindrical board of 40 squares. (7x6, Cells: 40)
- Diffusion Chess. Pieces start out in groups and must continually break apart into smaller groups. Played on a GO board. (19x19, Cells: 361)
- Diffusion Chess. Creative attempt by Alexander Munoz to combine Chess and Go.
- Interchange Chess. Get as many of your own pieces to their destination squares on the other side of the board as possible. (8x8, Cells: 64)
- Lichen Chess. Pieces are modular, and each piece may contain fragments belonging to both players.
- Not a chess variant. Rules of a chess variant on a board with 41 squares. (7x7, Cells: 41)
- The Royal Standard. Highly original game that introduced the famous windmill piece!
- The Royal Standard. Pieces can only move when near a standard-bearer piece on board with 38 squares. (7x6, Cells: 38)
- spIndecision Beryl. Two players fight with three armies on board formed by 39 triangles. (Cells: 39)
- Windmill. Moves around piece.
Total items listed: 11