The River Board Tag
These games have the board divided by a border that serves some role in the game. In Xiangqi, this border is called a river. It divides the board into two equal halves. Some pieces cannot cross it, and some gain extra powers of movement upon crossing it.
- Ajax Xiangqi. The Ajax 'effect' meets Chinese Chess. (9x10, Cells: 90)
- Banner Xiangqi. Xiangqi with Banners (from the Game of Three Kingdoms) and simplified endgame rules.
- Catapults of Troy. Large variant with a river, catapults, archers, and trojan horses! (8x11, Cells: 88)
- Eurasian Chess. Synthesis of European and Asian forms of Chess. (10x10, Cells: 100)
- Five Tigers. A Chinese Chess variant with unequal armies. (9x10, Cells: 90)
- Xiang Hex. Missing description (9x7, Cells: 79)
- Xiangqi 42. A minature version of Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) on 42 squares. (7x6, Cells: 42)
- Xiangqi: Chinese Chess. Links and rules for Chinese Chess (Xiangqi). (9x10, Cells: 90) (Recognized!)