Query Results for
SELECT * FROM `IndexEntry` LEFT JOIN Item USING (ItemID) WHERE `Type` = 'Game' AND FIND_IN_SET(:'Large',`Categories`) AND FIND_IN_SET(:'Historical',`Categories`) AND `IsHidden` = 0 AND `Item`.`IsDeleted` = 0 AND `Language` = 'English' ORDER BY `LinkText` ASC LIMIT 500 OFFSET 0
- Archchess. Large chess variant from 17th century Italy. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- ArchCourier Chess. This game is Courier Chess expert Eric Greenwood's modernization of Courier Chess. (12x8, Cells: 96)
- Bolyar Chess. A historical variant, native to Bulgaria, with imaginative rules (zrf available).
- Carrera's Chess. Large chess variant from 17th century Italy. (10x8, Cells: 80)
- Chinese Chess.. An strong Zillions implementation plus a description of the world's most popular game.
- Chu Shogi. Historic Japanese favorite, featuring a multi-capturing Lion. (12x12, Cells: 144) (Recognized!)
- Citadel Chess. A variant of Shatranj, played on a ten by ten board with four extra citadels. (10x10, Cells: 104)
- Courier Chess. A large historic variant from Medieval Europe. (12x8, Cells: 96) (Recognized!)
- Courier Chess (modified). Missing description (8x12, Cells: 96)
- Courier Chess - Printable Rule Booklet - FREE DOWNLOAD. Easy to Print Concise Rule Booklet of the Medieval Courier Game.
- The Courier Game. Description of Courier Chess, with printable pieces and board. (12x8, Cells: 96)
- Courier-Spiel. 19th century variant of Courier Chess. (12x8, Cells: 96)
- Dai Dai Shogi. Historical large Shogi variant. (17x17, Cells: 289)
- Dai Dai Shogi Western. Missing description (17x17, Cells: 289)
- Dai Shogi. Large armies including a multi-capturing Lion battle each other on a big board. (15x15, Cells: 225)
- The Duke of Rutland's Chess. Large variant from 18th century England. (14x10, Cells: 140)
- Fortress chess. An old Russian variant for four players. (Cells: 192)
- Gala. Medieval game of German farmers. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Gala (Farmer's Chess). Gala, a medieval cross between chess and tafl games. New rules reconstruction (with zrf).
- Grande Acedrex. A large variant from 13th century Europe. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Great chess. An Indian/Turkish and very playable historic variant on a 10 by 10 board. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Heian-Dai Shogi. Early Great Shogi. (13x13, Cells: 169)
- Hiashatar. A Mongolian historical variant, featuring the very special Bodyguard piece (zrf available).
- Hiashatar . Mongolian Great Chess played on a 10x10 board with a pair of Bodyguard pieces per side.
- Korean Chess. Korean Chess: presentation plus a strong Zillions implementation.
- Latrunculi XXI. A 21st century variant on an ancient Chess-like game of the Roman empire. (10x8, Cells: 80)
- Maka Dai Dai Shogi. Pieces promote on capture, some to multi-capturing monsters. (19x19, Cells: 361)
- Maka-Dai-Dai Shogi. Historical ultra large Shogi variant.
- Pandemonium. Capablanca chess + Crazyhouse.
- Russian fortress chess. An old Russian variant for four players. (Cells: 192)
- Shatranj Kamil I. Large shatranj variant with new piece: camel. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Shatranj Kamil II. Large historic shatranj variant with new piece: dabbabah or war machine. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Super Tamerlane. A more modern version of the original Tamerlane Chess.
- Tamerlane chess. A well-known historic large variant of Shatranj. (11x10, Cells: 112) (Recognized!)
- Tamerlane chess: ms 7322 version. Information on historic variant of Tamerlane chess. (11x10, Cells: 112)
- Tenjiku Shogi. Fire Demons burn surrounding enemies, Generals capture jumping many pieces. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Turkish Great Chess, variation II. Gollon's large historical variant. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Turkish Great Chess, variation III. John Gollon's third of six variations on Great Chess. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Turkish Great Chess, variation IV. John Gollon's fourth variation. This completes the set of 6. (14x14, Cells: 168)
- Two Large Shatranj Variants. Missing description (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Vierschach. 19th Century 4-player game where allies start off at right angles to each other. (14x14, Cells: 160)
- Wa Shogi. Game with many different rather weak pieces, with or without drops. (11x11, Cells: 121)