- 12 Sharp Chess. 4-player versions of 10-or-more-file variants on cross-shaped boards. (12x12, Cells: 108)
- 3-Player Chess I. Missing description (10x10, Cells: 75)
- Aire. River variant on H-shaped board, some parts of camps further back than others. (8x12, Cells: 72)
- Alseid Chess. Introducing the Alseid, which moves like a queen but cannot capture. Instead it can kidnap piece behind a screen (zrf exists).
- Amiral Chess. Introducing the Amiral piece and the bounce-capture method on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Antarctic Chess or Predators and Penguins. Penguins seek safety at the ice-pack's centre. Can the Predators stop them? (Cells: 295)
- Back-to-Back Chess. Both sides start "Back-to-Back", seperated by an uncrossable line on a specially-shaped 100 square board. (14x8, Cells: 100)
- Battle of the Six Armies. Construction of board and pieces to play B6A.
- Beau Monde Chess. Large variant where pieces move with variations of the Queen move. (11x10, Cells: 100)
- Bolyar Chess. A historical variant, native to Bulgaria, with imaginative rules (zrf available).
- Bombardier Chess. Introducing the Bombardier, combining a rook with a camelrider (zrf exists).
- Castalia Chess. Introducing the Castalia, which moves like a queen but cannot capture. Instead it can magnetically dislocate pieces (zrf exists).
- Chesquerque. Variant played on a quadruple Alquerque board. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Chess Cubed on Steam. Chess on a Puzzle Cube with standard pieces and rotations.
- CHESSAGON. CHESSAGON® is like traditional Chess, but with Triangles, with one new additional piece named the Duke.
- Chessopoly. Board with a hole in the middle where pawns move clockwise. (12x12, Cells: 128)
- Columbiad Chess.. Introducing the Columbiad, combining a cannon and a Cannonrider, on an H-board (zrf exists).
- Commedia dell'Arte Chess. A Pawnless variant with themed pieces on a 10x10 board with 5 square groups of 4 cells removed. (10x10, Cells: 80)
- Constable Chess. Introducing the Constable piece on an H-shaped board. A game for attacking players. With zrf.
- Crossbishop Chess. Introducing the Crossbishop piece, with interesting cannon capabilities (Zillions file downloadable).
- Crossrook Chess. Introducing the Crossrook, a versatile piece with cannon capabilities (Zillions file downloadable).
- Cube-Surface Board Chesses. Missing description (8x8x6, Cells: 384)
- Decimal Quadruple Besiege. Army based on Échecs De L'Escalier arranged on enlarged Quadruple Besiege board. (20x20, Cells: 200)
- Diamond Chess 306. Missing description (22x24, Cells: 306)
- Diamond Ring Chess. Courier-style pieces to diamond-shaped camps on a toroidal wraparound board. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Dimachaer Chess. Introducing the Dimachaer, a bifurcation piece that always lands on the diagonal second leg (zrf available).
- Double Cross Besiege. A spinoff from Besiege Chess using FIDE-size armies. (8x16, Cells: 96)
- Double Diamond. Irregular board with diagonal orientation. (9x9, Cells: 73)
- Doublecannon Chess. Introducing the Doublecannon piece, a strong cannon relative with breathtaking tactical capabilities (Zillions file exists).
- Doubly Nested Chess. A variant hiding FIDE Chess on a Dabbaba binding. (17x17, Cells: 285)
- Dragon Chess (tm). Commercial board game played on a large board with a new piece -- the Dragon.
- Dual Chess. A more Chess-like variant featuring the Marshall and the Cardinal. (16x8, Cells: 100)
- Dürer's Chess. Dürer's Chess, played on a board of 151 tessellating pentagons and diamonds. (Cells: 151)
- Echidna Chess. Introducing the Echidna, a repulsion piece with telekinetic capacities (with zrf).
- Essedar Chess. Introducing the Essedar, which captures orthogonally but moves by the collision method (zrf available).
- Fimbriation Chess. Combines 4 players with 2-player Pawn treks and Castling. (14x14, Cells: 144)
- Gastrophete Chess. Introducing the Gastrophete, a catapult capable of hurling other pieces over its head (zrf exists).
- Gateway Chess. Pieces go a long way round to reach enemy territory. (8x10, Cells: 68)
- Gaul Chess. Introducing the Gaul, which captures like a bishop, but moves by the bifurcated jump method, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Gladiatrix Chess. Introducing the Gladiatrix, an extremely agile female gladiator, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Greg White's Chess Variants . Missing description
- Grenadier Chess. Introducing the Grenadier piece on an H-shaped board. A game for the attacking player. With zrf.
- Herichess. A variant on a board in the shape of the English Heritage logo. (14x14, Cells: 112)
- HexChess-Kirby's. Missing description (Cells: 313)
- Hoplit Chess. Introducing the Hoplit, a very mobile modern relative of the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Hoplomach Chess. Introducing the Hoplomach, a dynamic bifurcation cannon, related to the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Howitzer Chess. Introducing another piece named Howitzer, a fearful form of cannon, on the H-board. For the advanced tactician. With zrf.
- Infinite Chess. Chess on on infinite board.
- Intrusive Squares. The board is split into 4 4x4 supersquares and reunited by 20 extra squares. (10x10, Cells: 84)
- Ladon Chess. Introducing the Ladon, a short-range piece that can repel any other piece, and also capture this way (zrf available).
- Laquear Chess. Introducing the Laquear, that captures like a bishop, but moves by the collision method (zrf available).
- Leto Chess. Introducing the Leto, a doubly telekinetic piece, very versatile (with zrf).
- Mangonel Chess. Introducing the remarkable Mangonel piece, which can hurl pieces over its head, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Matrix Chess. Chess played on a tessellation of pentagons and diamonds. The name comes from the matrix in which diamonds are found. (14x14, Cells: 196)
- Meridian Chess. Introducing the Meridian, bishop-capture combined with bifurcated bounce-move, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Mortar Chess. Introducing another piece named Mortar, a form of cannon, on an H-shaped board. Positionally advanced. With zrf.
- Murmillo Chess. Introducing the Murmillo piece, and new collision-capture, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Naiad Chess.. Introducing the Naiad, which moves like a queen but cannot capture. Instead it can kidnap pieces by magnetism (zrf available).
- Nested Chess. A variant hiding another on its diagonals. (15x15, Cells: 141)
- Nested Shogi. A variant hiding Shogi on its diagonals. (17x17, Cells: 177)
- Nested Xiang Qi. A variant hiding Xiang Qi on its diagonals. (18x18, Cells: 196)
- Octogonal Chess. Carrera Chess on an octogon-shaped board. (10x10, Cells: 76)
- Oxybeles Chess. Introducing the exceptional Oxybeles piece, which can hurl pieces over its head, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Pegniar Chess. Introducing the Pegniar, a very interesting bifurcating bounce-slider, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Quadruple Besiege Chess. A variant on a "finite but unbounded" board comprising two FIDE boards notionally joined on every edge. (Cells: 128)
- Querquisite Chess. Features the whimsical, irregular Querquisites,. (8x10, Cells: 72)
- Ramayana Chess. Chess variant inspired by the Ramayana epic. (Cells: 84)
- Retiar Chess. Introducing the Retiar, a bifurcating bounce-slider, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Ringworld Chess. Themed hex variant differentiating opposite directions along orthogonals. (Cells: 198)
- Rotor-blades Chess. Game played on a board that is both circular and trigonal. (Cells: 150)
- Sagittar Chess. Introducing the Sagittar, a bifurcation cannon related to the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available).
- Scout Chess. Introducing the Scout, combining queen-captures with Camelrider moves (zrf exists).
- Secutor Chess. Introducing the Secutor piece, and new collision-capture, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Snowflake Xiang Qi. A better Xiang Hex. (Cells: 140)
- Stelliform 6 player Chess. Stellisch from Wellisch, Stellicorn from Revergent, and Stellgi and Hexgi. (17x17, Cells: 121)
- Stheno Chess. Introducing the repulsive Stheno, which repels pieces as far as possible in the alignment direction (zrf available).
- Sunflower HexChess. Hexagonal Chess in-the-round. (Cells: 120)
- Symmetrical Chess Collection. Collection of several large symmetric chess variants with only line pieces.
- Tardis Taijitu. Xiang Qi board but with movable, bigger-inside-than-outside Fortresses. (9x10x3, Cells: 144)
- Templar Chess. Features the unorthodox Templar on a board with eight extra squares. (8x10, Cells: 72)
- Tetrahedral Chess. Three dimensional variant with board in form of tetrahedron. (x7, Cells: 84)
- Thraex_Chess. Introducing the Thraex, which captures like a rook, but moves by the bifurcated jump method (zrf available).
- Torus Chess. Large chess variant on torus shaped board. (16x8, Cells: 128)
- The Tower Game. A simple three dimensional chess variant. (5x5x8, Cells: 200)
- Trebuchet Chess. Introducing the Trebuchet, an active catapult piece that slings pieces over its head (zrf exists).
- Triple Crown. A three-halves variant making use of the cross-centre step. (15x15, Cells: 150)
- Turret Chess. Introducing the Turret, which moves like a queen, and can hurl pieces over its head (zrf available).
- Ultra Slanted Escalator Chess. Game on an asymmetrical board of 84 squares with Crabs and Ultras. (10x9, Cells: 84)
- UOS (Universal Origin Spiel). Variant on a board with 113 diamond-shaped spaces. (Cells: 113)
- Venator Chess. Introducing the Venator, a bifurcation cannon related to the Korean cannon, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
- Webball. Board that can be visualized as globe shaped spider web, based on dodecahedron.
- Zeppelin Chess. Introducing the Zeppelin, which can fly to any empty square orthogonally (with zrf).
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