- 007 Chess. 007 Chess involves three move per turn, including one of your opponent's pieces.
- Active King Chess. Each turn, one must move one's king in addition to moving other pieces.
- Actualized Potential Chess. Pieces exist where they are but also all along their routes or points of attack.
- Amalgamated Chess. Missing description
- Andy's Chess. Missing description
- Blue Chess or Deep Blue Vs. Kasparov Chess. Tribute to a famous game with three shades of blue and different options for each player to achieve a win.
- Center of Attention. FIDE Chess but with an additional winning condition: Move your king unchecked into a center square.
- CGNP chess. A game with Knightly Pawns.
- Chasm Chess. Berolina Pawns, reflecting Bishop and Queen, and a chasm in the board!
- Chess on the Rainbows. Six different colors light up the board. You have to keep a piece on each color throughout...
- Cleopatra Chess. Dan Troyka game, similar to Benedict Chess but with only one color-changing piece. Cleopatra "seduces" any piece she sees.
- Contemporary Random Chess. Missing description
- Contramatic Chess. This king can walk right into check! The goal for this king is to get checkmated.
- Cylindrical Chess. Sides of the board are supposed to be connected.
- Each Piece Once Chess. Each turn, move as many as all your pieces, but only once!
- En Passant Chess. All pieces have the en passant option. Koksal Karakus version.
- Fabulous Flying Kittens. Toroidally interwoven board using same number of squares and pieces as FIDE Chess.
- Fifo Chess. Multiple Occupier game where rule is that first one there is first one to be captured and to leave. "First In, First Out".
- Fluid Chess. Pieces can move into (or through or out of and into again) friendly pieces ("into" up to compounds).
- Half Courier. Missing description
- Ibu Ibu Chess. Ibu Ibu Chess in which the king's entourage protects it from Ubi-Ubis.
- Indistinguishable Chess. All pawns and pieces appear the same in color and size, for both sides. The board has no 'dark' squares.
- Kings. Kings on the Game Courier.
- Koksal Karakus' En Passant Chess -. All pieces have the en passant option. Koksal Karakus version.
- Little Trio. Missing description
- Magicpawns Chess. Any piece can move to friendly pawn and change place with it. Pawns thus become more dynamic and pieces less constrained.
- Makruk. Play the traditional Chess variant of Thailand on Game Courier.
- MRC64. Modern Random Chess 64.
- Multiple of 10 Checkmate. Variant where you can only checkmate or be checkmated on move 10, 20, 30, ect..
- Pocket Mutation Chess. Take one of your pieces off the board, maybe change it, keep it in reserve, and drop it on the board later.
- Rotation Chess. Every ten moves, switch sides with your opponent. How might you prepare for the demise of the pieces you are playing?
- Royal Magician's Chess. King and special magician piece earn the right to drop pieces when they venture out to the fourth, fifth and sixth ranks!
- Royal Pawn Chess. Same as FIDE Chess, except the pawns in front of the kings are royal, meaning the object is to checkmate them and not the king.
- Simpleton's Chess Preset. This is an even simplier version of Simplified Chess.
- Smaller Alice Chess. Missing description
- Spacious Torus Chess. Toroidal 8 x 8 using "spacious" FIDE pieces which require the next square beyond to be empty to either move or capture.
- Threat Chess, Attackers Chess and Victims Chess. Missing description
- Tiled Squares Chess. Play this game, where you drop tiles to create the board as you play!
- Torus Standard. Uses the ordinary FIDE pieces on 8 x 8 board but configured in such a way as to permit the board to be toroidal!
- Zone X. Chess with a special central Zone, a new piece, and new moves.
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