- Advance Chess. Pawns begin on third and sixth ranks.
- Anti-King Chess I. Each player has both a King and an Anti-King to protect; Anti-Kings are in check when not attacked.
- Anti-King Chess II. Each player has both a King and an Anti-King to protect; Anti-Kings are in check when not attacked.
- Assassin Kriegspiel. Kriegspiel variant with unknown setups and special roles for knights and queen.
- Chaos Chess. Random starting positions.
- Chazz. Only kings and pawns. Pawns can move backwards.
- Chess Addresses. Missing description
- Chess with Reserves. Load your units during the game.
- Chess-Merels. Lining up three units in a row captures the last enemy unit moved.
- Church Chess. Seven Bishops replace all backrow pieces other than the King.
- Citadel. Missing description
- Coalition. Missing description
- Corner Chess II. Tony Paletta's modern version of Farmer's Chess.
- Corner Rooks Skirmish. All pieces except the Rooks are pushed forward a rank.
- Corridor Chess. Setup by Tony Paletta.
- Creative Chess. Load your own units as you like.
- Crown Chess. Place your own units on the board, starting with the king,.
- Crown Prince Chess. Missing description
- Diagonal Quadrant Chess. Different setup and pawn moves.
- Fianchetto Chess. Bishops and Rooks exchange starting squares.
- Fischer Random Chess. Random symmetric starting positions.
- Freak Chess. Bishops on starting square, other pieces start on random squares and place your King on your first turn.
- Free Placement Chess. Choose your own starting position.
- French Revolution Chess. Short game with your pawns facing the enemy.
- Hero Chess. The king's pawn is replaced by a unit which mimics the move of any friendly unit on the board.
- Hero Chess II. Missing description
- Hero Chess III. Also called Superhero Chess.
- Iron Guard. Non-capturable guard replaces White queen.
- King's Corner Chess. Random setup with kings in opposite corners.
- Kingmaker Chess. The first pawn to reach the opposite rank promotes to the enemy king.
- Legan's Chess. Normal set and board, different setup and pawn moves.
- Leo Chess. The Queen is replaced by a Leo, which must leap over a screen to capture.
- Magna Carta Chess. Black has the FIDE array, White has a Marshal and an Archbishop instead of a Queen and King.
- Medusa Chess II. Non-capturing medusas petrify enemy units.
- Mongredian Chess. Both bishops on queenside, both knights on kingside.
- Moscow King Chess. Board starts empty.
- NeoSchaak. Load your own units, onto the first two ranks, as you like during the game.
- Neutral King Chess. Missing description
- OverKnight Chess. Pawns are replaced by Knights, which promote.
- Pawn Massacre Chess. Black pieces start behind white pawns and vice versa.
- Pawn Odds Chess. White starts without the king's bishop's pawn.
- Peasant Revolt Chess. Eight pawns vs. three knights and pawn.
- Rettah Chess. King can move as any piece but must capture its attacker.
- Royal Magician Chess. Missing description
- Sanctuary Chess. Archbishop and Swiss Guard replace Queen and King; no checkmate.
- Skirmish Chess. Pawns start on the 3rd and 6th ranks with no double-move, pieces on the 2nd and 7th ranks.
- Transpose Chess. Sideways board, promote your pawns quickly.
- Trophy Hunt Chess. Squirrels and Elephants instead of Kings, Queens and Bishops.
- Unachess. Add your units when and where you choose.
- Unachess II. Landing units may not check.
- Upside Down Chess. Based on promoting pawns.
- Wild Chess 7. King and three pawns.
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