- 12 Sharp Chess. 4-player versions of 10-or-more-file variants on cross-shaped boards. (12x12, Cells: 108)
- 3 Player Chess. On a large (217 hexagon) board.
- 3-Player Chess I. Missing description (10x10, Cells: 75)
- 4 Armies. Each player controls two armies. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Against the Odds. Missing description (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Aire. River variant on H-shaped board, some parts of camps further back than others. (8x12, Cells: 72)
- Antarctic Chess or Predators and Penguins. Penguins seek safety at the ice-pack's centre. Can the Predators stop them? (Cells: 295)
- Avon. Four-player game; two players sharing the White and two the Black pieces. (8x10, Cells: 80)
- BacCanCat. 4-player variant with Cannons and Arrows, Cathedralling, and alternative ways to win. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Battle of the Six Armies. Construction of board and pieces to play B6A.
- Battle of the Six Armies. Multiplayer with a trigonal board. (29x18, Cells: 378)
- CARDCHESS. Utilizes the two key elements of card games: four suits and the ability to place cards face down to hide their values. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Chaturanga 4-84. An Updating of Chaturanga for Four Players with modern pieces and an 84-square board. (10x10, Cells: 84)
- ChesK: Risk and Chess Combination. A combination of the classic chess and Risk.
- Chess Empire. Large four player chess variant. (20x20, Cells: 322)
- CHESSAGON. CHESSAGON® is like traditional Chess, but with Triangles, with one new additional piece named the Duke.
- Citadelir chess. Grand chess + Tamerlane chess + Omega Chess.
- Command and Maneuver: A Tale of Two Countries. This is a diceless wargame,. (24x12, Cells: 288)
- Djambi. Four-player all-against-all game with unusual pieces; also known as Djambi.
- Double Cross Besiege. A spinoff from Besiege Chess using FIDE-size armies. (8x16, Cells: 96)
- Echexs. Hexagonal variant for three or six players.
- Fimbriation Chess. Combines 4 players with 2-player Pawn treks and Castling. (14x14, Cells: 144)
- Fortress chess. An old Russian variant for four players. (Cells: 192)
- Four Armies. Each player controls two armies. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Gala Xiang-Qi. Crossover game. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Glacial Shift. 4-player game played with Icehouse pieces with Shogi-style captures and where the same piece moves differently for each player. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Grand House. Bughouse and CrazyHouse applied to Grand Chess. (10x10x2, Cells: 200)
- Guru Mahachaturanga. 2d India-specific offshoot of AOF series. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Herichess. A variant on a board in the shape of the English Heritage logo. (14x14, Cells: 112)
- Hex Besiege. Two slightly modified McCooey sets placed b(l)ack to b(l)ack. (11x21, Cells: 187)
- HexChess-Kirby's. Missing description (Cells: 313)
- Horn Rimmed Hex 1: 91 to 127. Start of hex analogue to the Mitred Framing series. (13x13, Cells: 127)
- Irwell. Gain an advantage by crowning your enemy. (8x10, Cells: 80)
- Leapers, Benders, Riders, and Crooks. Missing description
- Machiavellian Chess. Four-player all-against-all game with unusual pieces; also known as Djambi.
- Nearlydouble Hex Chess. Applying the Nearlydouble principle to Wellisch and McCooey Chess. (15x15, Cells: 169)
- Never-Ending Infinite Sandbox Chess Game. Online forum-based chess game with 12 players, infinite board, and many pieces.
- Once More, with Deans. Subvariants of River-with-university-and-cathedral series with extra piece type.
- Orwell Chess. Three player variant themed on George Orwell's 1984. (7x12, Cells: 84)
- Pinwheel Chess . Four-player, all-against-all variant played on a pinwheel-shaped board.
- Ploy. Strategic Game of Maneuver and Capture, 3M Company - 1970. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Quadaptation. Use commanders to recruit better pieces. Capture your opponents commander and they lose.
- Quark Chess. Missing description
- Ringworld Chess. Themed hex variant differentiating opposite directions along orthogonals. (Cells: 198)
- Russian fortress chess. An old Russian variant for four players. (Cells: 192)
- Salmon P. Chess. Huge three-dimensional game celebrating 10 years chess variant pages. (x10, Cells: 7500)
- Sceptre 1027 A.D.. Large, commercial, multiplayer chess variant. (8x8x9, Cells: 576)
- Sengoku Shogi. The first ever Massively Multiplayer Chess Variant.* *I think. (9x9, Cells: 64)
- Shogessi (The Allday Wars) . An original large, multiplayer Chess/Shogi variant.
- Stelliform 6 player Chess. Stellisch from Wellisch, Stellicorn from Revergent, and Stellgi and Hexgi. (17x17, Cells: 121)
- StrataChess v1.0. separate Strategic and Tactical gameplay. 2-6 players. Element of Chance. Terrain. Build your own armies.
- StrategiChess . Large multi-player, multi-board chess variant. (14x14, Cells: 196)
- StrategiChess II . Large, multi-player, mult-board variant with new piece types. (14x14, Cells: 196)
- Three Player Chess. On a large (217 hexagon) board.
- TriMac 3 Friends. Hexagonal Game of 3 Friends. (Cells: 207)
- Triple Crown. A three-halves variant making use of the cross-centre step. (15x15, Cells: 150)
- Two Large Multi-Move Games. Two large multimove variants with multiplayer potential. (24x12, Cells: 288)
- Vierschach. 19th Century 4-player game where allies start off at right angles to each other. (14x14, Cells: 160)
- Yonin Bishogi. Variant based on Yonin Shogi but with FIDE pieces. (11x11, Cells: 121)
- Yonin Shogi. 4-handed Shogi variant. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Yonin Toyang Mitregi. Four-player variant with returns from capture and promotion to Yang Qi pieces. (13x13, Cells: 169)
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