- 125 Percent Shogi and 125 Percent Xiang Qi. 4-player versions of Oriental variants on cross-shaped boards. (15x15, Cells: 125) By Charles Gilman.
- Beyond Omega. Large abstract variant with radial and oblique pieces requiring rotation. (15x15, Cells: 225) By Charles Gilman.
- Dai Shogi. Shogi variant on 15 by 15 board. (Link.).
- Dai Shogi. Large armies including a multi-capturing Lion battle each other on a big board. (15x15, Cells: 225) Author: H. G. Muller.
- Dai Shogi pictures. Photos of a commercial Dai Shogi set. Author: John Lawson.
- Four Player Shogi. Variant of Shogi for four players. (15x15, Cells: 189)
- Har Meggido Chess. Missing description (15x18, Cells: 270) By Claudio Martins Jaguaribe.
- Hepta. Hexagonal clan-based game played with Icehouse pieces. (Cells: 174) By Joost Aan de Brugh.
- Hepta . Hexagonal clan-based game played with Icehouse pieces. By Joost Aan de Brugh.
- Millennium Chess . Commercial variant on 15 by 8 board with almost twice the normal set of pieces.
- Millennium Chess Preset. This is the preset for Millennium Chess. Author: Rich Hutnik.
- Naydorian Chess. an hexagonal variant from the fictional realm of Shadowgard. By Graeme C Neatham.
- Nearlydouble Hex Chess. Applying the Nearlydouble principle to Wellisch and McCooey Chess. (15x15, Cells: 169) By Charles Gilman.
- Nearlydouble Wildebeest. A variant with the whole of two identical Wildebeest sets minus the second King. (15x14, Cells: 210) By Charles Gilman.
- Nested Chess. A variant hiding another on its diagonals. (15x15, Cells: 141) By Charles Gilman.
- Save the Standard . Zip file containing zrf and graphics for 7x7 and 13x13 home fields. By Graeme C Neatham.
- Save the Standard. Missing description By Graeme C Neatham.
- Save the Standard. A Tafl inspired game, with equal forces and the addition of a Cavalry piece. (15x7, Cells: 101) By Graeme C Neatham.
- Thud. Link to variant invented by Trevor Truran in association with Terry Pratchett. (15x15, Cells: 164) Author: Charles Gilman. Inventor: Trevor Truran.
- Triple Crown. A three-halves variant making use of the cross-centre step. (15x15, Cells: 150) By Charles Gilman.
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