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This is a list of games that have been favorited by members of the Chess Variant Pages. If you have your own favorites you enjoy playing, you can favorite them with the ♥ menu on the page for each game you wish to favorite. This is a community project, not just a selection of games by the editors. Even if your favorites are already on the list, mark them as favorites anyway. Numbers count. Raise your favorite games higher in the list by casting your votes for them.

How to Favorite a Game

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Legend

💘 - One of Your Own Favorites

💖 - Favorited by the Inventor Whose Name it Follows

🧡 - Generic Heart Symbol

  1. 🧡 35 (27.222) - Shogi.
    The Japanese form of Chess, in which players get to keep and replay captured pieces.
  2.  
  3. 🧡 26 (19.296) - Chess.
    The rules of chess.
  4.  
  5. 🧡 25 (20.270) - Xiangqi (象棋): Chinese Chess.
    Links and rules for Xiangqi (Chinese Chess).
  6.  
  7. 🧡 22 (16.426) - Chu Shogi.
    Historic Japanese favorite, featuring a multi-capturing Lion
  8.  
  9. 🧡 21 (15.073) - Chess with Different Armies by Ralph Betza.
    Betza's classic variant where white and black play with different sets of pieces
  10.  
  11. 🧡 19 (14.312) - Alice Chess by Vernon Parton.
    Classic Variant where pieces switch between two boards whenever they move
  12.  
  13. 🧡 17 (12.207) - Grand Chess by Christian Freeling.
    Christian Freeling's popular large chess variant on 10 by 10 board. Rules and links.
  14. 🧡 17 (10.914) - Shako by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Cannons and elephants are added in variant on 10 by 10 board.
  15.  
  16. 🧡 16 (10.377) - Janggi: Korean Chess.
    The variant of chess played in Korea.
  17.  
  18. 🧡 15 (11.189) - Rococo by Peter Aronson and David Howe.
    A clear, aggressive Ultima variant on a 10x10 ring board
  19. 🧡 15 (9.772) - Metamachy by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Large game with a variety of regular fairy pieces
  20.  
  21. 🧡 14 (8.577) - Eurasian Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    Synthesis of European and Asian forms of Chess
  22.  
  23. 🧡 13 (9.111) - Sovereign Chess by Mark Bates💖.
    Ten neutral armies can be activated on this 16 x 16 board
  24. 🧡 13 (8.549) - Spartan Chess by Steven Streetman.
    A game with unequal armies.
  25. 🧡 13 (7.787) - Opulent Chess by Greg Strong💖.
    A derivative of Grand Chess with additional jumping pieces (Lion and Wizard)
  26. 🧡 13 (7.635) - Omega Chess by DanielMacdonald.
    Rules for commercial chess variant on board with 104 squares.
  27.  
  28. 🧡 12 (10.148) - Fischer Random Chess by Robert Fischer.
    Play from a random setup
  29. 🧡 12 (9.028) - Tamerlane chess.
    A well-known historic large variant of Shatranj.
  30. 🧡 12 (8.199) - Falcon Chess by George Duke💖.
    Game on an 8x10 board with a new piece: The Falcon
  31. 🧡 12 (7.805) - Pocket Mutation Chess by Michael Nelson.
    Take one of your pieces off the board, maybe change it, keep it in reserve, and drop it on the board later.
  32. 🧡 12 (7.545) - Caïssa Britannia by Fergus Duniho💖.
    British themed variant with Lions, Unicorns, Dragons, Anglican Bishops, and a royal Queen.
  33.  
  34. 🧡 11 (7.701) - Ultima by Robert Abbott.
    Game where each type of piece has a different capturing ability. Also called Baroque.
  35. 🧡 11 (6.779) - Wildebeest Chess by R. Schmittberger.
    Variant on an 10 by 11 board with extra jumping pieces.
  36. 🧡 11 (6.551) - Gross Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    A big variant with a small learning curve
  37. 🧡 11 (5.797) - Expanded Chess by Daniel Zacharias💖.
    An attempt at a logical expansion of Chess to a 10x10 board
  38. 🧡 11 (5.710) - Glinski's Hexagonal Chess by Wladyslaw Glinski.
    Chess on a board made out of hexagons.
  39.  
  40. 🧡 10 (7.849) - Makruk (Thai chess).
    Rules and information.
  41. 🧡 10 (7.112) - Jetan - Martian Chess by Edgar Burroughs.
    Martian Chess, coming from the book The Chessmen of Mars.
  42. 🧡 10 (6.484) - Opulent Lemurian Shatranj by David Paulowich💖.
    Joe Joyce's Shaman and Hero pieces are now on a larger board.
  43. 🧡 10 (6.444) - Centennial Chess by John Brown.
    10x10 Variant that adds Camels, Stewards, Rotating Spearmen and Murray Lions to the standard mix
  44. 🧡 10 (6.048) - Shogun Chess by Daniel Lee💖.
    Pieces promote and can be dropped, similar to Shogi
  45. 🧡 10 (5.926) - Courier Chess.
    A large historic variant from Medieval Europe
  46.  
  47. 🧡 9 (6.405) - Shatranj.
    The widely played Arabian predecessor of modern chess.
  48. 🧡 9 (6.136) - Crazyhouse.
    A two-player version of Bughouse.
  49. 🧡 9 (5.666) - Wormhole Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    When a piece leaves a square, it `folds' together
  50.  
  51. 🧡 8 (5.781) - Janus Chess by Werner Schoendorf.
    Variant on 10 by 8 board.
  52. 🧡 8 (5.610) - Chaturanga.
    The first known variant of chess.
  53. 🧡 8 (5.608) - Capablanca's chess by Jose Capablanca.
    An enlarged chess variant, proposed by Capablanca
  54. 🧡 8 (5.429) - Great Shatranj by Joe Joyce💖.
    Great Shatranj
  55. 🧡 8 (4.704) - Dimension X by Gary Gifford.
    Chess on two planes - one with the usual chess pieces, the other with spooky trans-dimensional pieces with strange interactions
  56. 🧡 8 (4.633) - TenCubed Chess by David Paulowich.
    Variant on 10 by 10 board with combination pieces
  57. 🧡 8 (4.241) - Apothecary Chess-Modern by Aurelian Florea💖.
    Large board variant obtained through tinkering with known games
  58. 🧡 8 (3.971) - Tamerlane II by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Modern variant based upon ancient large chess variant.
  59.  
  60. 🧡 7 (5.044) - Bughouse.
    4 player variant where pieces taken from your opponent are given to your partner.
  61. 🧡 7 (4.971) - Musketeer Chess by Zied Haddad.
    Adding 2 newly designed extra pieces
  62. 🧡 7 (4.870) - Fusion Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    Variant in which pieces may merge together or split apart.
  63. 🧡 7 (4.531) - Tenjiku Shogi.
    Fire Demons burn surrounding enemies, Generals capture jumping many pieces
  64. 🧡 7 (4.349) - Colossus by Charles Daniel.
    Large-board chess with standard pieces and double the number of bishops, rooks and knights.
  65. 🧡 7 (4.133) - Grand Shatranj by Joe Joyce💖.
    Grand Shatranj
  66. 🧡 7 (3.897) - Cetran Chess 2 by Carlos Cetina.
  67. 🧡 7 (3.832) - Storm the Ivory Tower by Fergus Duniho💖.
    A Smess adaptation of Chinese Chess
  68. 🧡 7 (3.777) - Grand Cavalier Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    The decimal version of Cavalier Chess
  69. 🧡 7 (3.754) - Shako_Balbo by wdtr2💖.
    Game with Diamond Shape Board
  70. 🧡 7 (3.264) - Terachess II by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    An unrealistic summit on a very large board of 16x16 squares and 128 pieces
  71. 🧡 7 (3.234) - Apothecary Chess-Classic by Aurelian Florea💖.
    Large board variant obtained through tinkering with known games
  72. 🧡 7 (3.187) - Unicorn Great Chess by David Paulowich💖.
    Lions have been added to Unicorn Chess!
  73.  
  74. 🧡 6 (5.179) - Arimaa by Omar Syed and Aamir Syed.
    Board game playable with standard chess set, hard for computers
  75. 🧡 6 (4.898) - Losing Chess.
    Taking is obligatory; the first player that loses all his pieces wins
  76. 🧡 6 (4.767) - Minishogi by Shigenobu Kusumo.
    On a 5 by 5 board.
  77. 🧡 6 (4.545) - Scirocco (revised) by Adrian King.
    On ten by ten board with over thirty different pieces.
  78. 🧡 6 (4.534) - Chak by Daniel Lee💖.
    A modern vision of what a Mayan chess would look like
  79. 🧡 6 (4.284) - Tori Shogi by Ohashi Soei.
    Tori Shogi, or Bird Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on a 7 by 7 board.
  80. 🧡 6 (4.063) - Modern Shatranj by Joe Joyce💖.
    A bridge between modern chess and the historic game of Shatranj.
  81. 🧡 6 (4.053) - Fantasy Grand Chess by Peter Hatch.
    Variant of Grand Chess with different armies and fantasy theme.
  82. 🧡 6 (3.942) - Hectochess by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    10x10 variant that can be played with 2 mismatched Chess sets.
  83. 🧡 6 (3.939) - Seirawan Chess by Yasser Seirawan and Bruce Harper.
    FIDE chess, put players have N+R and N+B in hand to drop.
  84. 🧡 6 (3.836) - Brouhaha by Greg Strong💖.
    Like Chess, but it really brings the ruckus!
  85. 🧡 6 (3.740) - Universal Chess by Carlos Cetina.
    Introducing castling and the possibility of Black making the drops before White.
  86. 🧡 6 (3.718) - Raumschach by Dr. Ferdinand Maack.
    The classical variant of three-dimensional chess: 5 by 5 by 5.
  87. 🧡 6 (3.668) - Orda Chess by Daniel Lee💖.
    Asymmetric variant where one army has pieces that move like knights but capture differently
  88. 🧡 6 (3.661) - McCooey's Hexagonal chess by Dave McCooey.
    Chess on a board, made out of hexes. Variant of Dave McCooey.
  89. 🧡 6 (3.597) - Wolf Chess by Dr. Arno von Wilpert.
    Half-century old variant on board of size 8 by 10.
  90. 🧡 6 (3.584) - Dragonchess by Gary Gygax.
    A three-dimensional fantasy variant.
  91. 🧡 6 (3.574) - Bear Chess by Mikhail Sosnovsky.
    A popular Russian game; bears leap to second perimeter
  92. 🧡 6 (3.542) - Philosophers Chess by Darren Izzard.
    Chess variant on two small boards with usual and `philosophical' pieces.
  93. 🧡 6 (3.488) - Seireigi by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    Variant of standard Shogi with promotable Gold Generals, as well as more varied and animalistic promotions.
  94. 🧡 6 (3.372) - Dai Shogi.
    Large armies including a multi-capturing Lion battle each other on a big board
  95. 🧡 6 (3.273) - Gigachess II by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Evolution of Gigachess (2001)
  96. 🧡 6 (3.241) - Perfect 12 by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    36 pieces per player on 12 by 12 board.
  97. 🧡 6 (3.133) - Sac Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Game with 60 pieces
  98. 🧡 6 (3.129) - Synochess by Daniel Lee💖.
    Asymmetric west vs east variant where the western chess army plays against a Chinese and Korean-inspired army
  99.  
  100. 🧡 5 (3.865) - Orwell Chess by Glenn Overby II.
    Three player variant themed on George Orwell's 1984.
  101. 🧡 5 (3.779) - Rose Chess XII by David Paulowich💖.
    With Nightriders, (Half-)Roses, Spotted Gryphons and War Machines.
  102. 🧡 5 (3.677) - Team-Mate Chess by H. G. Muller💖.
    Variant with 8 different pieces, none of which is able to checkmate a bare king on its own.
  103. 🧡 5 (3.587) - Shatranj of Troy by Gary Gifford.
    A Shatranj variant with Shogi-like drops, a Trojan Horse (with 6 pieces inside),
  104. 🧡 5 (3.562) - Extinction chess by R. Schmittberger.
    Win by making your opponents pieces of one type extinct
  105. 🧡 5 (3.077) - Hannibal Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess with added Modern Elephants (ferz-alfil compound) on 10x8 board
  106. 🧡 5 (3.034) - Catapults of Troy by Gary Gifford.
    Large variant with a river, catapults, archers, and trojan horses!
  107. 🧡 5 (2.980) - Magnetic Chess by João Neto and Claude Chaunier.
    Pieces that moved attract and repel pieces like magnets
  108. 🧡 5 (2.942) - Cylindrical Chess.
    Sides of the board are supposed to be connected
  109. 🧡 5 (2.919) - Modern Chess by Gabriel Vicente Maura.
    Variant on a 9 by 9 board with piece that combines bishop and knight moves
  110. 🧡 5 (2.919) - Elven Chess by H. G. Muller.
    10x10 variant with 4 new pieces, of which one can double-capture.
  111. 🧡 5 (2.859) - Butterfly Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Large board chess with butterflies (not Ns), advancers (not Qs) & flying dragons added
  112. 🧡 5 (2.813) - Hex Shogi 91 by Fergus Duniho💖.
    A hexagonal Shogi variant on a 91-space board
  113. 🧡 5 (2.662) - Renniassance Chess by Eric Greenwood.
    With 68 pieces on board of 12 by 12.
  114. 🧡 5 (2.622) - Xhess by David Howe.
    Decimal variant with Nightriders and Cannons.
  115. 🧡 5 (2.522) - Cavalier Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    All pieces except queens have some kind of knight-movement
  116. 🧡 5 (2.520) - Kamikaze Mortal Shogi by Fergus Duniho💖 and Roberto Lavieri.
    Send your Kamikazes on suicide missions in this Shogi variant
  117. 🧡 5 (2.450) - Progressive Chess.
    Several variants where white moves one time, black twice, white three times, etc.
  118. 🧡 5 (2.362) - Zanzibar-S by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    A game in between Metamachy and Zanzibar-XL with 36 pieces per side. Preferred by some to the -XL version
  119. 🧡 5 (2.351) - Hostage Chess by John Leslie.
    Pieces taken are held hostage and can be exchanged against other pieces and then dropped.
  120. 🧡 5 (2.292) - Grande Acedrex.
    A large variant from 13th century Europe.
  121. 🧡 5 (2.256) - Grasshopper Chess by Joseph Boyer.
    Each player has eight additional grasshoppers.
  122. 🧡 5 (2.118) - Maorider Chess by Vitya Makov.
    Maorider and king with unusual recruiting abilities
  123. 🧡 5 (1.749) - Al-Ces by Köksal Karakus.
    Variant on 10 by 10 board with 30 pieces per player
  124. 🧡 5 (1.516) - Pocket Shogi Copper by wdtr2.
    A Variant of Shogi with Copper General and Pocket
  125.  
  126. 🧡 4 (3.506) - For the Crown by Jeremy Lennert.
    A commercial crossover with deck-building games
  127. 🧡 4 (3.174) - Mansindam by Daphne Snowmoon💖.
    A variant that combines 'drop' rule and strong pieces, and there is no draw
  128. 🧡 4 (2.987) - Paco Shako by Felix Albers.
    Pieces coexist peacefully on target square after capture
  129. 🧡 4 (2.838) - AltOrth Hex Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Hexagonal variant using pieces moving only one way along each orthogonal
  130. 🧡 4 (2.708) - Beast Chess by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Replace conventional pieces with those that look like animals
  131. 🧡 4 (2.599) - Latrunculi XXI by Jose Carrillo💖.
    A 21st century variant on an ancient Chess-like game of the Roman empire
  132. 🧡 4 (2.577) - Gigachess by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    On 14 by 14 board with 20 different pieces
  133. 🧡 4 (2.532) - Maasai Chess by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Large CV with 48 pieces per side, of 20 types including both regular and rapid Pawns
  134. 🧡 4 (2.518) - Anti-King Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Each player has both a King and an Anti-King to protect; Anti-Kings are in check when not attacked
  135. 🧡 4 (2.462) - Fantastic XIII by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    A bizarre large odd chess variant with the weirdest men from Cazaux's family
  136. 🧡 4 (2.443) - Knightmate by Bruce Zimov.
    Win by mating the knight
  137. 🧡 4 (2.391) - Maxima by Roberto Lavieri.
    Maxima is an interesting and exiting variant of Ultima, with new elements that make Maxima more clear and dynamic.
  138. 🧡 4 (2.367) - Chess+ by Nick Bentley and Christian Freeling.
    Players choose when and where to place their pieces behind the pawns.
  139. 🧡 4 (2.367) - Petteia XXI by Jose Carrillo💖.
    A 21st century variant on an ancient Draughts-like game of the Roman empire.
  140. 🧡 4 (2.323) - Lions and Unicorns Chess by David Paulowich.
    With the 16 standard pieces and 4 powerful leapers.
  141. 🧡 4 (2.297) - Chess-Battle by A. Yurgelevich.
    War variant from the Soviet-Union, 1933
  142. 🧡 4 (2.268) - Enhanced Courier Chess by Daniel Zacharias.
    Courier Chess with the weaker pieces enhanced
  143. 🧡 4 (2.232) - Bigorra by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    A 16x16 board chess with all pieces from my variants
  144. 🧡 4 (2.207) - Marseillais Chess.
    Move twice per turn
  145. 🧡 4 (2.188) - Command and Maneuver: A Tale of Two Countries by Joe Joyce💖.
    This is a diceless wargame,
  146. 🧡 4 (2.178) - Grant Acedrex.
    Medieval large chess variant according to recent historians's work
  147. 🧡 4 (2.173) - Tetrahedral Chess by Mark Thompson.
    Three dimensional variant with board in form of tetrahedron.
  148. 🧡 4 (2.168) - Neutral King Chess by Vernon Parton.
    V.R. Parton's game where two armies share a King both must try to mate.
  149. 🧡 4 (2.163) - Atomic chess by Nassah Taher.
    Pieces explode when captured.
  150. 🧡 4 (2.075) - Separate Realms Chess by Michael Nelson and Peter Aronson.
    Pieces capture like normal FIDE pieces, but have limited moves that only take them to part of the board when not capturing
  151. 🧡 4 (2.070) - Jester Chess by Thomas Havel.
    Large variant, with four new pieces including Jester that imitates opponents last type of move.
  152. 🧡 4 (2.046) - Enochian Chess.
    Four-player team variant of the Golden Dawn
  153. 🧡 4 (2.022) - Eight-Stone Chess by Jim Aikin.
    On an 8 by 9 board with eight neutral stones
  154. 🧡 4 (1.990) - Treeleaders Chess by Erez Schatz.
    Large variant with non-similar armies.
  155. 🧡 4 (1.892) - Wildebeest Decimal Chess by Erik Lerouge.
    A Wildebeest Chess adaptation to the decimal board.
  156. 🧡 4 (1.877) - Circular Chess by Dave Reynolds.
    Chess on a round board.
  157. 🧡 4 (1.828) - Shatranj Kamil X by David Paulowich💖.
    Shatranj Kamil, with new pieces from Jetan, Shogi and Xiangqi
  158. 🧡 4 (1.821) - Bombalot by Bruce Harper.
    Bombs can wipe out most pieces on the board.
  159. 🧡 4 (1.763) - Courier-Spiel.
    19th century variant of Courier Chess.
  160. 🧡 4 (1.703) - Duck Chess by Tim Paulden.
    A Duck that must be moved by both players can block your moves
  161. 🧡 4 (1.668) - Yáng Qí by Fergus Duniho.
    Yankee ingenuity adds new power to Chinese Chess
  162. 🧡 4 (1.612) - Teramachy by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    A chess variant between Metamachy and Terachess
  163. 🧡 4 (1.595) - Pocket Shogi Plus by wdtr2💖.
    Shogi Like game with a pocket to store and move pieces
  164. 🧡 4 (1.525) - Chess on a Longer Board with a few Pieces Added by David Howe.
    On a 10 row by 8 column board, with three new pieces.
  165. 🧡 4 (1.476) - Sittuyin (Burmese Chess).
  166. 🧡 4 (1.392) - Macadamia Shogi by H. G. Muller.
    Pieces promote on capture to multi-capturing monsters
  167. 🧡 4 (1.372) - Nutty Shogi by H. G. Muller.
    Pieces jump over many others, and a Fire Demon burns neighbors
  168. 🧡 4 (1.372) - Wa Shogi.
    Game with many different rather weak pieces, with or without drops
  169. 🧡 4 (1.129) - Chigorin Chess by Ralph Betza.
    White has knights instead of bishops and a chancellor for his queen; black has bishops instead of knights
  170.  
  171. 🧡 3 (2.968) - Existentialist Chess by David Short.
    10x10 board with many different pieces.
  172. 🧡 3 (2.870) - Dragons, Archers, and Oxen by Jim Aikin.
    Chess variant on a 10 by 10 board
  173. 🧡 3 (2.825) - Tim's 3d Chess by Tim O'Lena💖.
    On a 5x5x5 board with two kings per player
  174. 🧡 3 (2.650) - Wizard's War by Michael Nelson.
    Game with piece-creating Wizards and a board divided into arena and enchanted sections
  175. 🧡 3 (2.585) - EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEX! Chess by (zzo38) A. Black.
    A game designed to be as different to chess as possible while still being the same as chess
  176. 🧡 3 (2.580) - Advanced Wizard Chess by Paul Newton💖 and Andrew Newton.
    Chess variant on 10 by 10 board with fantasy chess pieces
  177. 🧡 3 (2.524) - Horseman's Chess by Frank MacCrory💖.
    Game where pieces mount and dismount
  178. 🧡 3 (2.397) - Chess 2 - The Sequel by David Sirlin.
    Different armies, a new winning condition, and duels
  179. 🧡 3 (2.363) - Pemba by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Extension of Shako, with 60 pieces
  180. 🧡 3 (2.357) - Darkness Chess by Jens Nielsen.
    You have only limited information on where your opponents pieces are
  181. 🧡 3 (2.352) - King's Court by Sidney LeVasseur.
    Variant on 8 by 12 board with Chancellors and Jesters.
  182. 🧡 3 (2.312) - Asymmetric Chess by Dmitry Eskin.
    Chess with alternative units but classical types and mechanics
  183. 🧡 3 (2.312) - Tridimensional Chess (Star Trek) by Andrew Bartmess.
    Three-dimensional chess from Star Trek.
  184. 🧡 3 (2.195) - Quinquereme Chess by Jörg Knappen💖.
    Large variant with a new piece, the Quinquereme.
  185. 🧡 3 (2.167) - Heroes Hexagonal Chess version 2 by Tony Quintanilla💖.
    Updated version of Heroes Hexagonal Chess in 91 hexes.
  186. 🧡 3 (2.123) - Invasion by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    A military inspired Chess variant played on an 84-squares board.
  187. 🧡 3 (2.116) - Heavy Chess by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    A high-density chess-variant-variant
  188. 🧡 3 (2.113) - Hanga Roa by Hernán Domínguez Placencia and Juan Pablo Schweitzer Kirsinger.
    A chess variant inspired by the people of Easter Island.
  189. 🧡 3 (2.091) - Shinobi Chess by Daniel Lee.
    Asymmetric variant where one army has droppable Shogi-inspired pieces that start in hand.
  190. 🧡 3 (2.044) - Dobutsu Shogi by Madoka Kitao.
    The smallest Shogi variant made for kids to learn Shogi.
  191. 🧡 3 (2.031) - Chad by Christian Freeling.
    Castles and walls in a strategic deep chess variant.
  192. 🧡 3 (2.014) - Cataclysm by Greg Strong💖.
    Large board game with short-range pieces designed to be dramatic without being overly complicated or dragging on too long
  193. 🧡 3 (1.955) - TessChess by Ben Reiniger💖.
    4D chess featuring symmetrically-moving pieces
  194. 🧡 3 (1.945) - Seenschach by Jörg Knappen💖.
    Variant on 10 by 10 board with lake in the middle and new pieces
  195. 🧡 3 (1.944) - Chaturanga for four players..
    Oldest multiplayer chess variant.
  196. 🧡 3 (1.925) - PiRaTeKnIcS by David Jagger.
    Pirates on ships fight each other in 44-squares chess variant
  197. 🧡 3 (1.913) - Klin Zha by Leonard Loyd Jr..
    Chesslike game played by Klingons from Star Trek on triangular board.
  198. 🧡 3 (1.902) - Chu Seireigi by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    Variant of Chu Shogi playable with drops.
  199. 🧡 3 (1.893) - Typhoon (Revised) by Adrian King.
    Corrected link.
  200. 🧡 3 (1.885) - Hiashatar.
    Mongolian Great Chess played on a 10x10 board with a pair of Bodyguard pieces per side
  201. 🧡 3 (1.789) - Kriegspiel by Henry Temple.
    With help of a referee, two players move without knowing the moves of the opponent
  202. 🧡 3 (1.779) - Wild Kingdom by Nick Wolff.
    Animal armies battle for control of the Wild Kingdom!
  203. 🧡 3 (1.730) - Viking Chess by Tomas Forsman.
    Armies start side-by-side on a 12 x 7 board
  204. 🧡 3 (1.722) - Backlash by Greg Strong💖.
    Play on two boards, but capturing on one board leads to a backlash on the other!
  205. 🧡 3 (1.688) - Chieftain Chess by Joe Joyce💖.
    This is a large variant using 4 royal pieces. It features command control and multi-piece moves.
  206. 🧡 3 (1.677) - Flipworld by JohnRyan.
    Pieces are on both sides of a disc
  207. 🧡 3 (1.676) - Seeping Switchers by Jörg Knappen💖.
    An army for Chess with Different Armies based on pieces that change color when they move.
  208. 🧡 3 (1.676) - Switching Realms Chess by Jörg Knappen💖.
    All noncapturing moves must change the board subset a piece occupies
  209. 🧡 3 (1.670) - Sorcerer Chess by Charles Daniel.
    Practice the art of sorcery with two pairs of extra long leaping pieces: the Sorcerers and Conjurers.
  210. 🧡 3 (1.668) - Taikyoku Shogi.
    Extremely large shogi variant.
  211. 🧡 3 (1.606) - UC-170-13 by Carlos Cetina.
    Universal Chess version featuring 170 different kind of major pieces and 13 different kind of pawns.
  212. 🧡 3 (1.580) - Smess by Perry Grant.
    Produced and sold in the early 70's by Parker Brothers. Arrows on squares determine direction pieces can move.
  213. 🧡 3 (1.534) - Chennis by Daniel Lee.
    Kyoto-Shogi-inspired variant (with alternating piece sides), with a tennis theme
  214. 🧡 3 (1.534) - Empire Chess by Daniel Lee.
    Asymmetric variant where one army has pieces that move like queens but capture differently.
  215. 🧡 3 (1.534) - Orda Mirror by Daniel Lee.
    Symmetric battle using the Horde armies from Orda Chess
  216. 🧡 3 (1.508) - Chaturanga - Four Kings - Double Mate .
  217. 🧡 3 (1.502) - Racing Kings by Vernon Parton.
    From a special setup, be the first to have your king reach the last row
  218. 🧡 3 (1.492) - Chessgi.
    Drop the pieces you take from your opponent.
  219. 🧡 3 (1.478) - European Chess by AlexNisnevich.
    A multiplayer, different armies form of chess.
  220. 🧡 3 (1.472) - Crazy 38's by Ben Good.
    On strange board with 38 squares.
  221. 🧡 3 (1.418) - Voidrider Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    A 43 square variant with movable spaces
  222. 🧡 3 (1.403) - Chess with Batteries by Roberto Lavieri.
    Special Battery piece which augments the powers of other pieces.
  223. 🧡 3 (1.385) - Skica by Daniel Zacharias.
    10x10 with Ski Pieces and Camels
  224. 🧡 3 (1.355) - Capablanca Shatranj by Christine Bagley-Jones.
    Capablanca Chess with Chancellor and Archbishop replaced by Shatranj type pieces
  225. 🧡 3 (1.355) - Kinglet by Vernon Parton.
    Win by taking all the pawns of the opponent
  226. 🧡 3 (1.355) - Mimic Chess by Nick Wolff.
    Chess on a larger board with 3 new pieces with constantly changing movement capabilities.
  227. 🧡 3 (1.355) - Pink Chess by H. G. Muller.
    White has two Kings, black two Queens as royal pieces
  228. 🧡 3 (1.347) - Grand Apothecary Chess-Alert by Aurelian Florea💖.
    Very large Board variant obtained trough tinkering with known games
  229. 🧡 3 (1.342) - Horizons by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Game with 5 new pieces on 12x12 board
  230. 🧡 3 (1.316) - Nachtmahr by Jörg Knappen.
    Game with seven different kinds of Nightriders
  231. 🧡 3 (1.309) - Berolina Chess by Edmund Hebermann.
    Different moving pawns
  232. 🧡 3 (1.262) - Zanzibar-XL by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    Further step after Metamachy. 80 pieces of 19 different pieces, with historical lineage
  233. 🧡 3 (1.212) - Cheskers by Solomon Golomb.
    Cross-variant between chess and checkers.
  234. 🧡 3 (1.210) - Double Chess by David Short.
    On 16 by 8 board
  235. 🧡 3 (1.206) - Assimilation Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    Increase your material by assimilating your opponent's pieces.
  236. 🧡 3 (1.185) - Abecedarian Big Chess (ABChess) by Glenn Overby II.
    Buy-your-own-army variant on a big board; 26 piece types.
  237. 🧡 3 (1.185) - Millennial Chess by John Brown.
    Variant on 12 by 12 board with new pieces.
  238. 🧡 3 (1.172) - Great Chess.
    An Indian/Turkish and very playable historic variant on a 10 by 10 board.
  239. 🧡 3 (1.164) - Atlantean Barroom Shatranj by Joe Joyce.
    Atlantean Barroom Shatranj Rules
  240. 🧡 3 (1.154) - Shatranji by Fergus Duniho.
    A hybrid of Shatranj and Chessgi.
  241. 🧡 3 (1.150) - Maka Dai Dai Shogi.
    Pieces promote on capture, some to multi-capturing monsters
  242. 🧡 3 (1.150) - Tengu Dai Shogi.
    Turbo version of Dai Shogi, with some Dai Dai Shogi pieces
  243. 🧡 3 (1.113) - Minotaur Chess by Frank Truelove.
    Variant with board turned 45 degrees
  244. 🧡 3 (1.113) - Panoply by Daniel Zacharias💖.
    A large hexagonal game with unusual pieces
  245. 🧡 3 (1.092) - Gala.
    Medieval game of German farmers.
  246. 🧡 3 (1.088) - Chess on a Really Big Board by Ralph Betza.
    Chess on multiple chess boards
  247. 🧡 3 (1.087) - Almost chess by Ralph Betza.
    One queen has combined rook and knight moves.
  248. 🧡 3 (1.078) - Guru Mahachaturanga by Charles Gilman.
    2d India-specific offshoot of AOF series
  249. 🧡 3 (1.008) - Frog Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Play chess with added frogs (ferz-threeleaper compound) on 10x8 board
  250. 🧡 3 (1.008) - Symmetric Chess by Carlos Cetina.
    Variant with two Queens flanking the King and Bishops Conversion Rule
  251. 🧡 3 (0.987) - Sho Shogi.
    Historic predecessor of shogi.
  252. 🧡 3 (0.987) - Shosu Shogi by A. M. DeWitt.
    10x10 Shogi variant with Queens and more powerful promoted pieces.
  253. 🧡 3 (0.980) - Ecumenical Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Set of Variants incorporating Camels and Camel compound pieces
  254. 🧡 3 (0.970) - Clockwork Orange Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    Captured pieces are replaced with non-capturing counterparts.
  255. 🧡 3 (0.970) - Lemurian Shatranj by Joe Joyce.
    8x8 variant that features short-range pieces
  256. 🧡 3 (0.970) - Thunder Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    A hybrid of Metamorph Chess, Fusion Chess, and Assimilation Chess.
  257. 🧡 3 (0.916) - Charge of the Light Brigade by H. G. Muller.
    Seven knights fight 3 queens, and usually win!
  258. 🧡 3 (0.831) - Mercurial Chess by Mark Hedden.
    A variant on 42 squares with a satallite board and the rescue of captured pieces.
  259. 🧡 3 (0.817) - Jumping Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Pieces capture by jumping. Board has extra edge squares making it 10x10
  260. 🧡 3 (0.806) - Wide Nightrider Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 12x10 board with Nightriders, Champions and fast castling rules
  261. 🧡 3 (0.740) - Ito Shogi by Jonathan Rutherford.
    darth_ender
  262. 🧡 3 (0.734) - Shatar.
    Mongolian chess.
  263. 🧡 3 (0.668) - Exinox Chess by (zzo38) A. Black.
    Normal chess set, new type of pieces
  264. 🧡 3 (0.668) - Shou Dou Qi: The Battle of Animals - The Jungle Game.
    Simulated conflict between animal kingdoms.
  265.  
  266. 🧡 2 (1.952) - Nemoroth, The Game of by Ralph Betza.
    For the sake of your sanity, do not read this variant!
  267. 🧡 2 (1.935) - ABC Chess by Jeff Stroud.
    A variant with 8 armies of pieces generated by combining 1, 2 or 3 simpler pieces.
  268. 🧡 2 (1.811) - Beautiful Beasts by Jörg Knappen💖.
    A new team for Chess with Different Armies based on the Roc
  269. 🧡 2 (1.652) - Chess on a Tesseract by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Chess played over the 24 two-dimensional sides of a tesseract
  270. 🧡 2 (1.650) - Tardis Taijitu by Charles Gilman.
    Xiang Qi board but with movable, bigger-inside-than-outside Fortresses
  271. 🧡 2 (1.619) - Complete Chess by Thomas .
    with a riding and a leaping piece family
  272. 🧡 2 (1.590) - Dai Seireigi by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    Variant of Dai Shogi playable with drops.
  273. 🧡 2 (1.590) - Onslaught by H. G. Muller.
    Several pieces can capture only on the enemy half, favoring attack
  274. 🧡 2 (1.577) - Remarkable Rookies by Ralph Betza.
    A team for Chess with Different Armies with Rook-like pieces
  275. 🧡 2 (1.561) - GraTiA by Charles Gilman.
    A blend of two historic variants
  276. 🧡 2 (1.535) - Minjiku Shogi by H. G. Muller.
    Wild shogi variant, with pieces that burn neighbors or jump many pieces
  277. 🧡 2 (1.512) - Bomberman Chess by BryanLambert.
    Variant on 8 by 10 board with bombs and diffusers
  278. 🧡 2 (1.508) - Sons of Mithra by Michael Gummelt and Holly Gummelt.
    Elaborate Fantasy variant with 13 different types of pieces per side
  279. 🧡 2 (1.501) - Gothic Chess by Ed Trice.
    A 10x8 variant using the same rules and equipment as Capablanca's Chess
  280. 🧡 2 (1.489) - TigerChess by Glenn Nicholls.
    Variant themed after a medieval battle.
  281. 🧡 2 (1.445) - Royal and His Pet by Zhedric Meneses💖.
    alfabetagamadlta
  282. 🧡 2 (1.438) - Fischer-Benko Chess by Davor Vujacic💖.
    Three pieces are placed randomly, the other five by the players.
  283. 🧡 2 (1.414) - Decima by Michael Nelson.
    Variant on 10 by 10 board where you win when you have 10 points on the 10th row.
  284. 🧡 2 (1.385) - Embassy Chess by Kevin Hill.
    A 10x8 variant based on Grand Chess
  285. 🧡 2 (1.322) - Yangsi by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    A very playable chess variant with 12 different pieces on a 10x10 board.
  286. 🧡 2 (1.319) - Flip Chess and Flip Shogi by John Brown.
    Pieces have two sides with different movements on board of 38 squares.
  287. 🧡 2 (1.312) - Half Chess by John Groeneman.
    On a 4 by 8 board without pawns.
  288. 🧡 2 (1.289) - Capablanca Random Chess by Reinhard Scharnagl.
    Randomized setup for Capablanca chess
  289. 🧡 2 (1.277) - Hnefatafl - the Strategic Board Game of the Vikings.
    Detailed rules and history of a Chess-like game played for 100's of years in Northern Europe
  290. 🧡 2 (1.271) - Amazons by Walter Zamkauskas.
    Queens fire arrows to make squares unpassable. Last player that moves wins.
  291. 🧡 2 (1.265) - AAUUGHH! Chess by Adam Norberg.
    After every move, there's a 1 in 18 chance of the rules switching to another in a list of variants
  292. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Hybrids by ArtemShvorin.
    Standard pieces combine and split.
  293. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Kinzoku by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Small variant for little ones, is based on Dobutsu but is very different from it.
  294. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Mini HexChess by Dave McCooey.
    Small hexagonal chess variant.
  295. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Penthouse by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Game like Chess and Makruk but on the half of chessboard with drops and full chess set used.
  296. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Regulator Chess by Samuel Bell.
    Game on a 35 square board with a 7 square track on which a piece moves that determines how Knights and Bishops can move
  297. 🧡 2 (1.265) - Shambhala chess by Daniil Frolov.
    Maybe, it's the misterious first form of chess? Actually, most probably, not.
  298. 🧡 2 (1.255) - Macrochess by Robert Potter.
  299. 🧡 2 (1.250) - Yonin Seireigi by A. M. DeWitt💖.
    Four-player variant of Seireigi based on Yonin Shogi.
  300. 🧡 2 (1.207) - 12 Sharp Chess by Charles Gilman.
    4-player versions of 10-or-more-file variants on cross-shaped boards
  301. 🧡 2 (1.205) - Chessembly by JT K.
    Open Board Setup, Free Placement Chess
  302. 🧡 2 (1.198) - Deception Chess by Greg Shanker💖.
    Each piece has two identities, Cloak and concealed Base
  303. 🧡 2 (1.196) - Granlem Shatranj by Joe Joyce💖.
    This is a mash-up of Grand Shatranj & Lemurian Shatranj with a 3 moves/player turn option
  304. 🧡 2 (1.196) - Hyperchess4 by Joe Joyce💖.
    Hyperchess updated: changed rules, discussion, sample game, etc
  305. 🧡 2 (1.196) - Knightmare Chess.
    The American version of Tempete sur l'Echiquier
  306. 🧡 2 (1.195) - Avalanche chess by Ralph Betza.
    A popular chess variant, where you advance your opponents pawns
  307. 🧡 2 (1.195) - Dueling Archbishops by Jason Wittman.
    Chess variant on 2 by 3 board
  308. 🧡 2 (1.195) - Mir Chess by David Paulowich.
    Modern Shatranj based variant with with Chinese cannons.
  309. 🧡 2 (1.157) - Altair by Roberto Lavieri.
    Altair is a modern game with an oriental flavor.
  310. 🧡 2 (1.157) - Euchess by Carlos Cetina.
    Grand chess variant on 10 by 10 board
  311. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Aliens vs Predators by Namik Zade.
  312. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Chess in a Moebius Strip by Alberto Monteiro.
    8 by 14 board with sides glued together.
  313. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Congo by Demian Freeling.
    Animals fight on 7 by 7 board.
  314. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Ganymede Chess by Mark Hedden.
    A 12x12 variant inspired by Ralph Betza's Chess on a really big board, Centennial Chess and Adrian King's Typhoon (among others)
  315. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Hajiku Shogi by Edward Webb💖.
    Inspired by Shogi and Chu Shogi. Pieces can both promote and demote in promotion zone.
  316. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Parachess by Tony Paletta.
    Chess on a rhombus-tiled board.
  317. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Rotor-blades Chess by David Cannon💖.
    Game played on a board that is both circular and trigonal.
  318. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Round Honeycomb Chess by David Cannon💖.
    A cross between Circular/Cylindrical Chess and Hexagonal Chess.
  319. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Thuria Jetan by Fredrik Ekman💖.
    Jetan variant played on standard chessboard
  320. 🧡 2 (1.134) - Torus Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    Large chess variant on torus shaped board.
  321. 🧡 2 (1.130) - Extra Move Chess by Fergus Duniho💖.
    Double-move variant based on limitations of Zillions of Games
  322. 🧡 2 (1.123) - Lines of Relay (LoR) by Jörg Knappen💖.
    Chess variant featuring a new type of morphing piece, the Lore apprentice, on a standard board together with the standard pieces
  323. 🧡 2 (1.118) - Gess by Archimedeans Society.
    A Chess variant played on a Go board where pieces are collections of go stones
  324. 🧡 2 (1.114) - Mad Chess by Jason Wittman.
    Chess variant with unequal armies on 10 by 10 board.
  325. 🧡 2 (1.107) - Odin's Rune Chess by Gary Gifford.
    A game inspired by Carl Jung's concept of synchronicity, runes, and Nordic Mythology.
  326. 🧡 2 (1.104) - Byelorussian Cheskers by N. Grushevsky.
    Crossover between chess and Russian draughts.
  327. 🧡 2 (1.104) - Take Over Chess by Tony Quintanilla.
    Jump across pieces to take them over from your opponent.
  328. 🧡 2 (1.102) - Whale Shogi by R. Schmittberger.
    Shogi variant.
  329. 🧡 2 (1.091) - Jumping Knights Chess by David Paulowich.
    Nightriders replace Knights and War Machines have also been added to Jumping Chess.
  330. 🧡 2 (1.066) - Insurrection by Fogus.
    Capturing causes promotion, demotion, or a coup in the opponent's ranks
  331. 🧡 2 (1.066) - Threatened Pawn Chess by Sydney Schultz.
    Pawns start in threatened positions.
  332. 🧡 2 (1.061) - Refusal Chess by Fred Galvin.
    Refuse your opponent to make certain moves.
  333. 🧡 2 (1.043) - One Ring Chess by Larry Smith.
    One dimensional chess played on a ring-shaped board.
  334. 🧡 2 (1.037) - Jupiter (Revised) by Adrian King.
  335. 🧡 2 (1.037) - Typhoon by Adrian King.
    Variant on 12 by 12 board with many different pieces.
  336. 🧡 2 (1.029) - Epic Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Massive attack chess on a board 10x10
  337. 🧡 2 (1.029) - Five-Minute Poppy Shogi by Oyama Yasuharu.
    Small shogi variant on a 4 by 5 board.
  338. 🧡 2 (1.016) - Armies of Faith 6: After Empire by Charles Gilman.
    The last in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history
  339. 🧡 2 (1.016) - Timurid by François Houdebert💖.
    Evolution of timur chess
  340. 🧡 2 (1.011) - Grand Betza by John Davis.
    A tribute to Ralph Betza on a 10x10 board with pawns on the third rank as in Grand Chess
  341. 🧡 2 (1.011) - Shatranj Kamil (64) by David Paulowich.
    Modern Shatranj based variant on 8 by 8 board with new pieces
  342. 🧡 2 (1.003) - Monster Chess.
    One player has only a king and four pawns, but makes double moves.
  343. 🧡 2 (1.003) - Weave and Dungeon by Dan Troyka.
    Abstract game played on a board divided into Weave and Dungeon, with movement following different rules on each part
  344. 🧡 2 (1.003) - Yari Shogi by Christian Freeling.
    Modern Shogi variant.
  345. 🧡 2 (0.956) - 125 Percent Shogi and 125 Percent Xiang Qi by Charles Gilman.
    4-player versions of Oriental variants on cross-shaped boards
  346. 🧡 2 (0.956) - Fivequarters by Charles Gilman.
    Four-player game on a cross-shaped board where most pieces can promote
  347. 🧡 2 (0.956) - Tunnelchess by Charles Gilman.
    3D variant played on a stack of four Half Chess boards
  348. 🧡 2 (0.945) - Separate Realms Chess II by Jörg Knappen💖.
    A Variant of Separate Realms Chess with standard FIDE King, and more powerful Knights and Queens
  349. 🧡 2 (0.874) - Hia Chess by Jose Carrillo.
    Smaller 9x8 variation of the Mongolian Hiashatar
  350. 🧡 2 (0.874) - Historia Ŝako by Siwakorn Songrag.
    Historia Ŝako is a Chess variant incorporated between western and eastern variants, by track movement of Elephant and Queen.
  351. 🧡 2 (0.873) - Alpaca Chess by M Winther.
    Introducing the weak but interesting Alpaca, which hops one or two steps rookwise (with zrf).
  352. 🧡 2 (0.866) - Pizza Kings by John Lawson.
    An experimental army for Chess with Different Armies, with lots of calories.
  353. 🧡 2 (0.848) - Balbo's chess by M Balbo.
    Board with a strange shape designed to make Bishops stronger in relation to Rooks
  354. 🧡 2 (0.848) - Secutor Chess by M Winther.
    Introducing the Secutor piece, and new collision-capture, on a Gustavian board (zrf available).
  355. 🧡 2 (0.832) - Captain Spalding Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Find an Elephant in your Pajamas
  356. 🧡 2 (0.832) - Round Table Chess by Richard VanDeventer.
    Chess variant on a board with round and square part.
  357. 🧡 2 (0.786) - Classic sum by Daniil Frolov.
  358. 🧡 2 (0.786) - Tiger Chess by Daniel Zacharias.
    A large game with fast-moving pieces
  359. 🧡 2 (0.786) - Vanguard Chess by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Game on 16x16 board, with 48 pieces per player
  360. 🧡 2 (0.786) - Zwangkrieg by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Pieces affect other pieces' movement, including forced movement
  361. 🧡 2 (0.766) - Russian fortress chess.
    An old Russian variant for four players.
  362. 🧡 2 (0.766) - Yo[n]o Shogi by Charles Gilman.
    4-player Shogi variant with all 8 kinds of piece (fewer of some) on a standard Shogi board
  363. 🧡 2 (0.749) - 4 Kings Quasi-Shatranj by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Each side has 4 Kings, all pieces are short range
  364. 🧡 2 (0.749) - 4*Chess (four dimensional chess) by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Four dimensional chess using sixteen 4x4 boards & 96 pieces.
  365. 🧡 2 (0.697) - Heavy Shako by Eric Silverman💖 and Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    10x10 variant inspired by Yangsi, made by Eric Silverman and Jean-Louis Cazaux.
  366. 🧡 2 (0.695) - Grand Apothecary Chess-Classic by Aurelian Florea💖.
    Very large Board variant obtained trough tinkering with known games
  367. 🧡 2 (0.695) - Grand Apothecary Chess-Modern by Aurelian Florea💖.
    Very large Board variant obtained trough tinkering with known games
  368. 🧡 2 (0.683) - Pocket knight.
    Each player has a knight that he can drop during the game.
  369. 🧡 2 (0.672) - Golden Age Chess On a Really Big Board by Ralph Betza.
    Variant on 16 by 16 board with several different pieces
  370. 🧡 2 (0.672) - Wide Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess with 2 types of non-colourbound elephants added on a 12x8 board using fast castling rules
  371. 🧡 2 (0.634) - Hex Shogi by Fergus Duniho.
    A new family of hexagonal Shogi variants.
  372. 🧡 2 (0.634) - Salmon P. Chess by Dale Holmes.
    Huge three-dimensional game celebrating 10 years chess variant pages
  373. 🧡 2 (0.606) - Cannon Shosu Shogi by A. M. DeWitt.
    Variant of Shosu Shogi with Dogs and Cannons.
  374. 🧡 2 (0.606) - Decimaka by H. G. Muller.
    Game where pieces promote on making a capture
  375. 🧡 2 (0.600) - Throne Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Same game as chess, except playing King to K8 wins too, by Thronemate
  376. 🧡 2 (0.595) - Vyremorn Chess by Nathan McDonald.
    Large variant on two overlapping square boards.
  377. 🧡 2 (0.595) - War of the Worlds by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    Chess army from planet Earth against the Martian forces of Jetan
  378. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Absorption Chess.
    Pieces gain the powers of a piece they take
  379. 🧡 2 (0.534) - AIGO Chess by Feng Jun.
    International chess with Cannon pieces added.
  380. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Center of Attention.
    In addition to regular rules, win by moving your King to a center square.
  381. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Elena Chess by Sergey Sirotkin.
    Chess on 5 by 6 board.
  382. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Ghost King Chess by H. G. Muller.
    The king can roam the board as an almost unkillable ghost
  383. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Scramble by Florin Lupusoru.
    36 pieces scrambled on the board
  384. 🧡 2 (0.534) - Zo Shogi by Daphne Snowmoon.
    A variant of Sho Shogi in which Drop rule is included and Prince (promoted Elephant) is a non-royal King.
  385. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Cashew Shogi by H. G. Muller.
    Many pieces must promote on capture, and some can multi-capture
  386. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Dai Dai Shogi.
    Historical large Shogi variant
  387. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Hishigata Shogi by Sean Humby.
    Variation of Maka-Dai-Dai Shogi (ultra large Shogi).
  388. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Hunterbeest by Charles Gilman.
    Large variant with one each of distinctive Nimrod pieces, and of similar set of oblique pieces
  389. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Knavish Shatranj by Jörg Knappen.
    Shatranj with Knaves and Debtors
  390. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Mosaic Chess by Daniel Zacharias.
    Large variant combining pieces from various other games
  391. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Turkish Great Chess, variation II.
    Gollon's large historical variant.
  392. 🧡 2 (0.519) - Two Large Shatranj Variants by Joe Joyce.
  393. 🧡 2 (0.508) - Brotherhood chess by Gianluca Vecchi.
    Pieces cannot take pieces of the same type
  394. 🧡 2 (0.508) - Heavy Gravity Chess by Gary Gifford.
    Chess with heavy gravity, Knights can't jump, Queens, Bishops, and Rooks are limited to 4 spaces per move, Kings move 1 diagonal
  395. 🧡 2 (0.508) - Metamorph Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    Variant in which pieces transform by fixed rules into other pieces.
  396. 🧡 2 (0.508) - Unicorn Chess by David Paulowich.
    10x10 variant with a new piece that moves as a Bishop or a Nightrider.
  397. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Crouching Stepper, Hidden Rider by Charles Gilman.
    Xiang Qi pieces' moves lengthen and shorten with location.
  398. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Dunsany's Chess by Edward Plunkett.
    32 pawns play against a full set of pieces.
  399. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Pentagonal chess by Daniil Frolov.
  400. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Pompeii Chess by Dan Troyka.
    Variant on board with 25 squares
  401. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Ryugi by A. M. DeWitt.
    10x10 variant with Kirins, Marshalls, and Dragons, the latter which can move as a Bishop or as a Nightrider
  402. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Stone Garden Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    The animal statues in the stone garden came to life and attacked the two rival kings! With the help of a policeman each, they…
  403. 🧡 2 (0.446) - Xiangqi 42 by Robert Price.
    A minature version of Xiangqi (Chinese Chess) on 42 squares.
  404. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Banner Xiangqi by A. M. DeWitt.
    Xiangqi with Banners (from the Game of Three Kingdoms) and simplified endgame rules.
  405. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Cannon Shogi and Cannon Chess by Peter Michaelsen.
    Played on a 9x9 Shogi board, feature various types of 'Cannon' pieces
  406. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Chameleon Chess by P. Magnus.
    Each player has a King and 11 Chameleons whose moves are determined by the type of square they are on
  407. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Chessence by Jim Winslow.
    Variant on a 9 x 6 board with 8 missing squares, immobile Kings, and 9 pieces whose movement depends on their spatial relation
  408. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Lion Chess by Joseph Boyer.
    Replaces the riders in Chess with hoppers
  409. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Schachdame by Heinrich Richter.
    Variant between Checkers and Chess
  410. 🧡 2 (0.355) - Tiger Hunt by David Paulowich.
    Variant of The Maharaja and the Sepoys
  411.  
  412. 🧡 1 (1.000) - 123456 Chess by (zzo38) A. Black💖.
    Uses 2 dices for each player and 2 checkers for each player, in addition to normal chess pieces.
  413. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Arena Cheturshogqi by Paul Newton💖.
    2-4 Players on large board with mutating pieces and piece drops.
  414. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Cetina Random Chess by Carlos Cetina.
    Play with a sissa and a chancellor from a randomly generated setup.
  415. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chariots by David Jagger.
    Standard pieces start as pairs with shared capabilities, but can separate and recombine.
  416. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess 960 by Robert Fischer.
    Randomized setup; also known as Fischer Random Chess
  417. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess in a Klein bottle by Alberto Monteiro.
    8 by 14 board with sides glued together.
  418. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess in a Toroidal Board by Alberto Monteiro.
    8 by 14 board with sides glued together.
  419. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess on a Cylindrical Board by Alberto Monteiro.
    8 by 14 board in with sides glued together
  420. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess with checkers added by (zzo38) A. Black💖.
    Add checkers in front of the pawns
  421. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Chess with Promoters by Roberto Lavieri.
  422. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Diagonal pawn chess by Joel .
    Pawns always move diagonally, whether capturing or not.
  423. 🧡 1 (1.000) - echess by bp 💖.
    (Micro) Evolutionary CHESS game
  424. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Grand Shatranj N W by Mark Simpson💖.
    Shatranj with 10 individual pieces + pawns per army
  425. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Jetan, the game of by Edgar Burroughs.
    Extensive discussion of various versions of the rules of Jetan
  426. 🧡 1 (1.000) - King of the Hill by Paul Newton💖.
    Be the first player to get your King to the top of the hill!
  427. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Kingsmen by Albert Lee💖.
    9x9 board with two extra Bishops. Pieces gain the King's moveset upon reaching the last three ranks.
  428. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Korean Random Chess by Jose Carrillo💖.
    A Korean Chess variation with a random setup and a few new rules
  429. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Kyou Shogi by Edward Webb💖.
    Modified Chu Shogi with pieces from and inspired by Tenjiku Shogi, featuring jumping pieces and Fire Demons.
  430. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Maces, Horse-apults, and Tulpas by Gary Gifford.
    The game of Maces and Horse-apults with the likely use of tulpas pieces.
  431. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Matrix Chess by David Cannon💖.
    Chess played on a tessellation of pentagons and diamonds. The name comes from the matrix in which diamonds are found.
  432. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Modern Random Chess by Jose Carrillo💖.
  433. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Mythical Fantasy Conquest by Lim Peng.
    A large variant with new fantasy pieces.
  434. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Noble WingS Chess by Mark Simpson💖.
    Noble Wing - with twice as many variant pieces.
  435. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Outback Chess by Timothy Newton.
    New pieces on plus-shaped board
  436. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Platonic Chess by Albert Lee💖.
    Platonic solids in a complete 10x10 chessboard.
  437. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Prince by Gavin Smith.
    8x8x8 3-D variant with new pieces.
  438. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Saisho shogi by Francesco Fonseca💖.
    Game with one dice-shaped shared piece
  439. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Through the Looking-Glass by Paolo 💖.
    Alice chess, but you see only a board
  440. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Torus Chess on a Standard Board by Karl Fischer.
    Torus Chess on a standard board with a unique setup.
  441. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Unconventional Warfare Chess by Luiz Campos.
    Variant based on modern warfare
  442. 🧡 1 (1.000) - Wand Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Pieces have a magic wand, that gives random outcomes
  443. 🧡 1 (0.984) - Citadel by Karen Robinson.
    Simple chess variant from early 20th century on 45 degrees turned board.
  444. 🧡 1 (0.984) - Fighting Chess by Tony Berard.
    A reform to Chess that eliminates stalemate and strengthens some of the pieces.
  445. 🧡 1 (0.984) - File Sharing Chess by JT K.
    File Sharing, pawn swapping, always passed pawns
  446. 🧡 1 (0.984) - Lancers Chess by JT K.
    chess with lancer piece, lancers instead of knights
  447. 🧡 1 (0.984) - Share Squares by JT K.
    AKA Two's Company; Three's a Crowd
  448. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Archchess by Dr. Francesco Piacenza.
    Large chess variant from 17th century Italy.
  449. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Bird's Chess by Henry Bird.
    Chess variant on 10 by 8 board from 19th century England
  450. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Byzantine chess.
    A variant of Shatranj, played on a round board.
  451. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Cat's Chess by (zzo38) A. Black.
  452. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Chesimals: Autonomous Multi-unit Pieces by Joe Joyce.
    self-contained autonomous multi-square pieces
  453. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Chess Empire by Harry Jackson.
    Large four player chess variant
  454. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Fianchetto Chess by Jack Middleman.
    Rooks and bishops switched in opening setup
  455. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Fibonacci Chess by David Bradley.
    Players can make multiple moves per turn, the number determined by the fast growing Fibonacci sequence
  456. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Four seasons chess..
    Medieval multiplayer chess variant on 8 by 8 board.
  457. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Hadean Chess by Charles Daniel.
    Expanded chess with short-range linear jumpers, augmented knights and zebras and more dynamic pawns.
  458. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Hindustani Chess by _unknown.
    19th century Indian game.
  459. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Isis and Cam by Charles Gilman.
    Two variants based on ancient English universities and the rivers near them
  460. 🧡 1 (0.968) - Stealth Chess by Dice Corporation.
    Commercial game with elements from Chess and from Stratego
  461. 🧡 1 (0.968) - TRiPLiCiTY by David Jagger.
    Three player hexagonal chess variant
  462. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Action Man's Chess by Francois Tremblay.
    A small (5x6) board and simple pieces ensures lots of easy-to-understand action.
  463. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Alapo by Johannes Tranelis.
    Game with abstract pieces. Reach opponents first row on 6 by 6 board.
  464. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Apocalypse by C. Elliott.
    Small variant of knights and pawns; objective is to take all pawns
  465. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Bachelor Nimrod by Charles Gilman.
    Small variant with one each of distinctive Nimrod pieces, and of Knight
  466. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Blender Chess by Bob Greenwade.
    Bishops, Knights and Rooks can merge and separate
  467. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Cardmate by Ivan Derzhanski.
    Chess variant on board with 100 squares, inspired by card games
  468. 🧡 1 (0.952) - csipgs Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Design and buy new chess pieces during play
  469. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Dream Chess 47 by Charles Gilman.
    47-square variant played from opposite corners of a 7 by 7 board with the other corners removed
  470. 🧡 1 (0.952) - LiQi by Larry Smith.
    Very Strong Chess
  471. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Riftwalker Chess by Nick Fletcher💖.
    A 4 dimensional game on a 3x3x3x3 board.
  472. 🧡 1 (0.952) - Wildebeast9 by wdtr2💖.
    A Variant of Wildebeast Chess
  473. 🧡 1 (0.938) - 88 Hexagons Chess by Davor Vujacic💖.
    Hexagonal chess on chessboard with 88 hexagons
  474. 🧡 1 (0.938) - Angels and Devils by Greg Strong.
    Chess game where white has two Angels and black has two Devils
  475. 🧡 1 (0.938) - Conservative Capablanca Chess by Davor Vujacic💖 and David Paulowich.
    Alternative, more traditional Capablanca chess setup
  476. 🧡 1 (0.938) - Hubbub by Greg Strong.
    A variant of Bruhaha with more short-range pieces
  477. 🧡 1 (0.938) - SPQR by Florin Lupusoru.
    The perfect battle formation of Roman infantry
  478. 🧡 1 (0.938) - Total Symmetry Chess by Davor Vujacic💖.
    24 random balanced symmetrical starting positions
  479. 🧡 1 (0.938) - VD Chess by Davor Vujacic💖.
    VD Chess is a game of random chess with 5,760 possible starting positions and with fairy pieces.
  480. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Battle of Kings by Вадря Покштя💖.
    You start with eight pawns. The rest chess pieces appear on the board during the game.
  481. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Charismatic Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    x5 speed up your chess game!
  482. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Double Move Double Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    The game is played on a 8x16 chessboard with each player in control of two complete armies.
  483. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Fairy Eater Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Game on a 9x9 board with fairy chess pieces
  484. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Grand Dice Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Grand Dice Chess Battle on a 12x12 board with four dice
  485. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Grand Triple Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Chess on an 16 x 24 board (i.e. six boards) with 3 sets of pieces.
  486. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Perfect Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    On 8 by 8 board with combination pieces.
  487. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Tremendous Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Tremendous Chess is a large chess variant that is played on a 16×16 chessboard with 112 pieces per player.
  488. 🧡 1 (0.896) - Wild Rose Chess by Вадря Покштя💖.
    Game with Wild Roses
  489. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Cannons of Chesstonia by Gary Gifford.
    Cannons launch a Pawn, Wazir, Ferz and Stone to increase strategical and tactical play.
  490. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Chess with Ultima, Rococo and Supremo Pieces by Peter Aronson and George Dekle.
    A series of variants with the Orthochess array transplanted to a 10x10 board and various exotic pieces added
  491. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Gufuu Shogi by Georg Dunkel.
    Tiny variant on a 2x3 board with four pieces.
  492. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Knight Court by Jason Wittman.
    Mate the knight with three pieces per player on a three by three board.
  493. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Koopa Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Form of chess based on the Mario Brothers series of video games.
  494. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Makromachy by H. G. Muller.
    Huge variant with 2x56 pieces, some jumping over many others
  495. 🧡 1 (0.882) - Xorix Shogi by (zzo38) A. Black.
    Shogi where piece movement are XORed with captured pieces
  496. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Ki Shogi by Larry Smith.
    Variant of Shogi played without a board, and pieces are cubes
  497. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Kyoto Shogi.
    Modern 5x5 Shogi variant where pieces promote and unpromote with every move
  498. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Lemniscate Chess by David Cannon.
    Chess played on a Lemniscate board (in the shape of an infinity symbol)
  499. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Maces and Horse-apults by Gary Gifford.
    Chess with mace pieces and specialized catapults (horse-apults).
  500. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Maharaja and the Sepoys.
    Powerful lonely king against a full set of pieces.
  501. 🧡 1 (0.870) - SerPent Chess 50 by Charles Gilman.
    Pentagonal cells form hexagonal blocks in two ways.
  502. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Star Pool Chess by Peter Aronson and Tony Quintanilla.
    Large variant of Makruk, with a center non-square that acts as a bridge.
  503. 🧡 1 (0.870) - Symmetron! 112 by Antoine Fourrière and Roberto Lavieri.
    Large version of Symmetron!, with a third modifier.
  504. 🧡 1 (0.870) - TAXI: The Nuclear C.a.B. Chess Game by Joe Joyce.
    Yet another 45-46 Square Contest entry
  505. 🧡 1 (0.857) - Timeline by George Marino.
    Pieces travel through time on four 4 x 4 x 4 boards.
  506. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Chimera Chess by Albert Lee.
    The highlight of this chess variant are the Chimera pieces, which are substantially enhanced versions of the orthodox Knight.
  507. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Corral Chess by Doug Chatham.
    Force the opponent to the center in this 45/46 Cell Contest entry
  508. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Force Field Chess by Douglas Seiden-Sacharovich.
  509. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Free corners chess by Sergey Sirotkin.
    In the corners of seven by seven board, three squares form together one field.
  510. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Goal Box Chess by Kevin McPartland.
    Game on 42 squares with no King and the goal of placing pieces into 2 special squares.
  511. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Nietzsche Chess by Charles Gilman.
    That which does not capture a piece, makes it stronger.
  512. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Power Chess 1998 by Ronald Hoekstra.
    Taken pieces can reenter.
  513. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Queens or Castles by Gary Gifford.
    Name, graphics and rules modified.
  514. 🧡 1 (0.845) - String Chess by Aaron Hall.
    A one-dimensional variant with a fairy theme
  515. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Terrain Chess by Ronald Drinning.
    Roll dice to create impassable squares.
  516. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Twelve Mutation Chess by David Howe.
    Variant that uses 12 mutators that may be activated or deactivated during the game
  517. 🧡 1 (0.845) - Xiangqi vs Orthodox Chess by Travis Z.
  518. 🧡 1 (0.822) - AltOrth with Further Piece Types by Charles Gilman.
    Extending the AltOrth interpretation of hex cells to further variants
  519. 🧡 1 (0.822) - AltOrth with Hopping and Crooked pieces by Charles Gilman.
    Extending the AltOrth interpretation of hex cells to further variants
  520. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Blocschach by Charles Gilman.
    Not only is the size of the back rank squared, so is its composition.
  521. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Chevron Ranks by Charles Gilman.
    Pieces use the "ranks" based on the Glinkshy/McCooey analogues to FIDE Pawn ranks
  522. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Courier Leapale by Charles Gilman.
    Extrapolating Courier Kamil to 3 dimensions
  523. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Gutenschach by Charles Gilman.
    3d variant using only planar pieces
  524. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Gyokugi by Charles Gilman.
    Extends chevron ranks to analogues of Shogi generals, named after individual jewels
  525. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Ladies and Generals by Charles Gilman.
    Array diagram converted to new-style virtual single image
  526. 🧡 1 (0.822) - OctHex 146 by Charles Gilman.
    Arranging the geometry of Tetrahedral Chess into an octahedron
  527. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Paired Piece Tunnelchess by Charles Gilman.
    A new approach to the Tunnelchess first rank
  528. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Ringworld Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Themed hex variant differentiating opposite directions along orthogonals
  529. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Stock Goes East 25 files by Charles Gilman.
    Stockschach-style analogues to Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots
  530. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Stock Goes East 49 files by Charles Gilman.
    Stockschach-style analogues to Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots
  531. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Stockschach by Charles Gilman.
    3d game with "stock" 3d analogues to FIDE pieces
  532. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Tetrahedral Shogi and Tetrahedral Hexgi by Charles Gilman.
    Shogi-based 3d variants on an enlargement of the Tetrahedral Chess board
  533. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Triaxial Qi by Charles Gilman.
    A 3d variant based on Xiang Qi but with triaxial steppers
  534. 🧡 1 (0.822) - Waterfall Xinag-Qi by Daniil Frolov.
    An elegant 3D xinag-qi variant.
  535. 🧡 1 (0.811) - Meirav by כהן דותן.
    Pieces are buried before they are captured, buried pieces may capture other buried pieces.
  536. 🧡 1 (0.779) - Obento Chess by Eric Silverman and Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    12x12 Chess variant with Shogi-style promotions and bent sliding pieces
  537. 🧡 1 (0.779) - Reformed Courier-Spiel by Clément Begnis.
    Begnis's attempt to reform the Courier-Spiel proposed by H.C. Albers in 1821
  538. 🧡 1 (0.779) - Rollerball by Jean-Louis Cazaux💖.
    Chess race fight on board formed by removing 3 by 3 square from center of 7 by 7 square.
  539. 🧡 1 (0.732) - 10-directional Chess by Jörg Knappen.
    10-directional pieces: an augmented Knight and a restricted Chancellor.
  540. 🧡 1 (0.732) - All Around Allstars by Ralph Betza.
    A set of chess pieces with different movement, that can be matched against `The Fabulous FIDEs'.
  541. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Amazon Army by Ralph Betza.
    One player has an Amazon (a queen with knights move) and handicapped rooks
  542. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Colorbound Clobberers by Ralph Betza.
    A team for Chess with Different Armies with many colorbound pieces
  543. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Cutty Camels by HaruN Y💖.
    Army for Chess with Different Armies that features Wizard from Omega Chess.
  544. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Divergent Dreamers by HaruN Y💖.
    Army for Chess with Different Armies where pieces can only move when it has a neighbour
  545. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Fearful fairies by Jörg Knappen.
    An experimental army for CadA, featuring the Dullahan (Ferz-Knight compound) and the Banshee
  546. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Forward FIDEs by Ralph Betza.
    A team for Chess with Different Armies where pieces can advancer easier than retreat
  547. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Marvellous Megafauna by Andrew L Smith.
    A diverse Chess with Different Armies faction with riders and leapers
  548. 🧡 1 (0.732) - N-Relay Chess by Mannis Charosh.
    Uncapturable Knights give other pieces the ability to move as Knights
  549. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Nutty Knights by Ralph Betza.
    A team for Chess with Different Armies based around the moves of the Knight
  550. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Paramount Parafigures by HaruN Y💖.
    An army where some pieces are triply-divergent
  551. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Retreating Chess by Adrian Alvarez de la Campa.
    Pieces must fall back one square after each move.
  552. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Sirlin's Chess by David Sirlin.
    Alternative presentation of "Chess 2 - The Sequel"
  553. 🧡 1 (0.732) - White Elephant Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Four variants pitting the white Elephant army against black with the normal FIDE array
  554. 🧡 1 (0.732) - Zen Zebras by HaruN Y💖.
    A team for Chess with Different Armies based around the moves of the Zebra
  555. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Duggan's Fantasy Chess by Sean Duggan.
    Game where usual pieces become mercenaries, horsemen, golems, assassins and adapts
  556. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Duggan's Fantasy Chess (revised) by Sean Duggan.
    Revised and Improved version of fantasy Chess variant
  557. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Elevator by Ben Good.
    Three-dimensional chess variant with moving elevators and walking, vaulting and flying pieces
  558. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Jupiter by Adrian King.
    Huge chess variant on 16 by 16 board.
  559. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Scirocco (original) by Adrian King.
    On ten by ten board with over thirty different pieces.
  560. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Time Travel Chess by Gary Gifford.
    Pieces can travel into the Future. Kings can also return to the Past!
  561. 🧡 1 (0.698) - Ziggurat by Glenn Overby II.
    Mesopotamian-themed variant on a 43-square board.
  562. 🧡 1 (0.667) - Ajax Chess by Jose Carrillo.
    All pieces have can play one square in any direction, the Mastodon leaper complements the Knight
  563. 🧡 1 (0.667) - Atlantean Coffee House Shatranj by Graeme Neatham.
    Grand Hexagonal Shatranj - the short-range project goes six-sided
  564. 🧡 1 (0.667) - Ice Age Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    Every 20th move, the board freezes and ice cubes appear on almost every empty square
  565. 🧡 1 (0.667) - Wing and RiverQi by Glenn Nicholls.
    New, smaller version of Dragon.
  566. 🧡 1 (0.667) - ximeracak. by Glenn Overby II.
    A leaper-heavy fantasy variant designed for play with a standard set.
  567. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Dealer's Chess by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Armies are chosen by dealing special cards
  568. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Dervish Chess by Benoit Dauphin.
    Large variant with a great variety of pieces.
  569. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Generic Chess Piece Creation System by Guilherme Töws.
    This is a system for construction of pieces, using ideas from RPG games.
  570. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Hundred Acre Chess by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Chess based on Winnie-the-Pooh
  571. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Mecklenbeck Chess by Bernd Eickenscheidt.
    Pawns can promote on the sixth row.
  572. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Pick-the-team chess by Hans Bodlaender.
    Make up a list of pieces and choose your pieces from your and your opponents list.
  573. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Scheherazade by Robert Shimmin.
    Pieces may combine with other pieces to form combination pieces.
  574. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Short Sliders by Bob Greenwade💖.
    Pieces are initially limited to 4 spaces (if that), and promote to longer moves
  575. 🧡 1 (0.652) - Three Realms Chess by Andrew L Smith.
    A three layer variant with familiar and fantastical pieces
  576. 🧡 1 (0.645) - Bario by Panos Louridas.
    Pieces are undefined until they move.
  577. 🧡 1 (0.645) - Cheshire Cat Chess by Vernon Parton.
    Squares are disappearing
  578. 🧡 1 (0.645) - HyperModern Shatranj by Joe Joyce.
  579. 🧡 1 (0.645) - mini-Chieftain by Joe Joyce.
    One Small Multi-Move Game in Two Configurations
  580. 🧡 1 (0.645) - Omega Chess by Gabriel Vicente Maura.
    Players have many pieces that can only move in the direction they point at.
  581. 🧡 1 (0.632) - Changgi.
    Koreaans schaak
  582. 🧡 1 (0.632) - Four Handed Chess (I).
    Information on different variants of four handed chess on plus-shaped board
  583. 🧡 1 (0.632) - Go with chess pieces by Hans Bodlaender.
    Generalization of go-rules using chess pieces
  584. 🧡 1 (0.632) - Hasami Shogi.
    Popular Japanese game, playable with Shogi set.
  585. 🧡 1 (0.632) - Royal Amazon Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Queens are replaced by Royal Amazons
  586. 🧡 1 (0.561) - Megalomachy by H. G. Muller.
    A huge game with 2x80 pieces, some able to jump over many others
  587. 🧡 1 (0.500) - ArchCourier Chess by Eric Greenwood.
    This game is Courier Chess expert Eric Greenwood's modernization of Courier Chess.
  588. 🧡 1 (0.500) - Capatomic Random Chess by Gaelyn Autumnsong💖.
    Variant that combines Capablanca Random and Stratomic Chess.
  589. 🧡 1 (0.500) - Meta-chess Digital Edition.
    Digital Copy of 'Meta-chess' by John W Brown
  590. 🧡 1 (0.500) - Ohm's Chess by Rushil Baweja💖.
    A fun combination of Chess and Dota
  591. 🧡 1 (0.500) - TriMac 3 Friends by Graeme Neatham.
    Hexagonal Game of 3 Friends
  592. 🧡 1 (0.500) - Turnover by Lúcio José Patrocínio Filho💖.
    Three ring sizes fit into each other, combining and splitting into different pieces, sometimes taking over your opponent's.
  593. 🧡 1 (0.462) - 16Chess by Zhedric Meneses💖.
    Game with 4 royal pieces
  594. 🧡 1 (0.462) - CCC - The Clash of Civilizations Chess by Namik Zade.
  595. 🧡 1 (0.462) - Clash of Civilization Chess (Shuffle Version) by Namik Zade.
    The Clash of Civilizations Chess (shuffle version)
  596. 🧡 1 (0.462) - I-Chess by Paul Zamă.
    Large board variant that adds two more piece types: the wolf and the eagle
  597. 🧡 1 (0.462) - Janus Kamil Chess by Jörg Knappen.
    A crossover between Janus Chess and Modern Kamil Chess.
  598. 🧡 1 (0.462) - Modern Kamil by Nuno Cruz.
    Two variants that add the Camel to the standard Orthochess array on enlarged boards
  599. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Ben 39 by Ben Good.
    Pieces move on squares and corners of board with 37 fixed and two movable squares.
  600. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Bilateral Chess by Antoine Fourrière.
    Game on 12x8 board adding Lions, switching Cannons, Wizards and pushing Elephants, but keeping the standard array in the middle
  601. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Citadelir chess by Daphne Snowmoon.
    Grand chess + Tamerlane chess + Omega Chess
  602. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Counsellor Chess by R. Wells.
    Variant on 12 by 8 board that adds Elephants and Counsellors
  603. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Courier Chess Moderno by Jose Carrillo.
    A modern variant of the historical variant Courier Chess
  604. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Courier de los Combinados by Charles Gilman.
    A cross between Courier de la Dama and Wildebeest Chess
  605. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Dai Mitregi by Charles Gilman.
    Still larger Mitregi offshoot, replacing the Generals with longer-range pieces
  606. 🧡 1 (0.385) - ExCoCo Chess by Graeme Neatham.
    EXtends and COmbines the COurier variants
  607. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Giant Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    16x16 board with the same pieces as Turkish Chess, but also the "Dev" piece which takes up four squares
  608. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Great Whale Shogi by R. Schmittberger.
    Great Whale Shogi by R. Wayne Schmittberger
  609. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Jetan-Sarang by James Spratt.
    A large variation of Jetan.
  610. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Kuuzen Dai Shogi by Eric Silverman💖.
    Dai Shogi with different promotions, invented by Eric Silverman.
  611. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Medusa Shogi by Gary Gifford.
  612. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Nimrod Chess by Charles Gilman.
    All the same moves as FIDE Chess, but not NECESSARILY on the same pieces
  613. 🧡 1 (0.385) - Pillars of Medusa by Gary Gifford.
    A variation of Turkish Great Chess plus two additional pieces, the Morph and the Medusa.
  614. 🧡 1 (0.312) - 10 Minute Melee by Mason Green.
    Score as many points during 10 minutes of time with regular chessset
  615. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Accelerated Chess by Max Koval.
    Accelerating chess with a new board
  616. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Advanced Chess by Este.
    Pawns move in a similar fashion to the pieces they start in front of
  617. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Ataturk Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Players may announce a different piece to be royal
  618. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Balaklava Chess by Gianluca Vecchi.
    Many pieces have additional knight moves
  619. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Berserker Pawns by Terry Jones.
    Pawns may go berserk to protect their King and once per game in addition
  620. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Beryl Chess by Alexandre Muñiz.
    Variant on board of 39 triangles.
  621. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Bridge 41 by Hubert Lamontagne.
    41 square board with bridge in the middle.
  622. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Camelopard Chess by HaruN Y.
    Game with Camelopards
  623. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Carnival of the Animals by Charles Gilman.
    A nearly-FIDE variant with Eurofighter Pawns (first implementation on an 8x8 board) dice (two aside for preference) which mutate
  624. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Chazz by DavidMoeser.
    Only kings and pawns. Pawns can move backwards
  625. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Chess 66 by Gerd Degens.
    Board based on the 8x8 arrangement - with the difference that 66 fields are now available.
  626. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Chess on a Soccer Ball by David Cannon.
    Chess played on the surface of a soccer ball. Zillions of Games file included.
  627. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Chess on the Rope by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    1d chess experimental variant with standard rules and variations.
  628. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Cold War Chess by Kutasi Márton.
    A long and very challanging game against all odds.
  629. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Compromise Chess by Fred Galvin.
    Propose two moves and your opponent selects one for you.
  630. 🧡 1 (0.312) - CwDA: the Shatranjian Shooters by Abdul-Rahman Sibahi and Joe Joyce.
  631. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Desert Dust by Bob Greenwade.
    Large variant with Arabian-themed pieces
  632. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Devingt Chess by Leopold de Labrousse.
    Decimal chess with 20 pieces per side including Sages (moving as Camels)
  633. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Diana by ? Hopwood.
    Chess on a 6 by 6 board.
  634. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Dovecote Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    One small non-rules tweak generally changes the character and pace of gameplay.
  635. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Execute the Game by Davey Drehs.
    Pieces have unique abilities and uses dice-based combat
  636. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Fairyranga by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Game based on Chaturanga & Makruk with Southeastern, Mongolian and even Russian elements.
  637. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Fearsome Chess by Florin Lupusoru.
    Fear is the main rule
  638. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Five Tigers.
    A Chinese Chess variant with unequal armies.
  639. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Flipping Xiangqi by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Hybrid of Xiangqi & Kyoto Shogi – flip the pieces after each turn.
  640. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Fluid Chess by Joe Joyce.
    A modest variation allowing movement through friendly pieces.
  641. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Fluidity chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    No displacement capture, all non-royal pieces take by cutting through or bypassing
  642. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Fog of War Chess by Cameron Hendricks.
    Players can only see certain squares. Plays on a computer application.
  643. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Gastrophete Chess by M Winther.
    Introducing the Gastrophete, a catapult capable of hurling other pieces over its head (zrf exists).
  644. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Hexa Decimal by Joost aan de Brugh.
    Larger hexagonal chess variant
  645. 🧡 1 (0.312) - HnefaChess by Florin Lupusoru.
    The best combination of Chess and Hnefatafl
  646. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Irrational Chess by Max Koval.
    Chess game on an exotic board
  647. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Kagamigi by Bob Greenwade.
    Shogi variant featuring pieces biased toward the center
  648. 🧡 1 (0.312) - King with a Shotgun by Adam Norberg.
    Twice each game, the King can make a non-moving Rook capture.
  649. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Magician Chess by Jonathon Whittle.
    Variant on 7 by 7 board with nine holes and magician able to move holes.
  650. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Mathematichess by Florin Lupusoru.
    A chess variant specially designed for mathematicians
  651. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Neoteric Different Pawns Random Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Really different pawns are shuffled in asynchronous way on pawn rows.
  652. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Penturanga by Graeme Neatham.
    Chaturanga on a board with 46 pentagonal cells.
  653. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Queens by Gerd Degens.
    A game with 7 queens and no pawns
  654. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Radioactive Queen Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    White has a little diff in setup, but great diff in the game
  655. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Rocket Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    Space-themed fairy chess variant on neoteric board: piece’s movement depends on type of cell where it stands.
  656. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Romanchenko's Chess by V. Romanchenko.
    A board with a kind of Z-form.
  657. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Royal Lion Chess by Michael Nelson.
    Chess with a Royal Lion and many strong pieces.
  658. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Russian Chess.
    Pieces are not removed when captured, but stacked.
  659. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Secret King by Florin Lupusoru.
    A chess variant with 10 Knights, and a Secret King
  660. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Shafran's Hexagonal Chess by Isaak Shafran.
    Hexagonal variant from the early Soviet Union
  661. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Superchess by Rolf Jacobson.
    Four-handed chess game playable by two or four players
  662. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Taxi Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Pay for moves: long moves are expensive
  663. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Thunderstruck Server Chess by Lev Grigoriev💖.
    {This game seems broken…}
  664. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Trihexagonal Chess by Max Koval.
    Chess on a deltoidal trihexagonal tiling
  665. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Vavulin Creative Chess by Dmitrii Vavulin.
    Before the start of the game, every player, creates up with one rule for both players, which operates the whole game
  666. 🧡 1 (0.312) - Vivarta Chess by Вадря Покштя.
    he rules are simple. Each piece automatically transforms into a different piece every time it moves. Pawns transform into Knig
  667. 🧡 1 (0.287) - 3D Great Shatranj by Joe Joyce.
    A simple approach to 3D chess
  668. 🧡 1 (0.287) - 4-way chess by Taurus games by Stephen Stockman.
    Commercial fourhanded chess variant
  669. 🧡 1 (0.287) - 4D Hexagonal Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    4D analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess based on Hyperchess4
  670. 🧡 1 (0.287) - 4D Quasi-Alice Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    8x8x2x2 four dimensional game with 32 pieces
  671. 🧡 1 (0.287) - A9 HexaChess (Imperial Grand HexaChess) by Graeme Neatham.
    Large variant of Grand Hexachess.
  672. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Amazon Grand Chess by Namik Zade.
    A combination of Grand Chess and Amazon Chess.
  673. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Blue Chip Chess by Neal Turner.
    A chip, moved each turn by the players, denotes a square where pieces may not go to
  674. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Carrousel Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Game with 32 pieces
  675. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Champagne Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 12x8 board with ferfils and dragons added.
  676. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Chess 1010 by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Game played with 40 pieces
  677. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Circular Capa Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Play circular chess with added archbishops and chancellors on a 5x16 round board.
  678. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Compound Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 10x8 board with Sergeant pawns & armies of compound pieces.
  679. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Dice chess (wikipedia rules).
    Dice chess using 2 dice, wikipedia rules.
  680. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Directed Alice III by Joe Joyce.
    a 3-board Alice Chess variant
  681. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Full house hexagonal chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Game with 50 pieces
  682. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Gamma2 Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 10x8 board with Berolina Pawns & special Ship & Archer pieces.
  683. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Hexagonal Raumschach by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Three dimensional analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess, based on Raumschach
  684. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Hexajedrez by Carlos Cetina.
    Variation of Dave McCooey's Hexagonal Chess
  685. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Los Alamos variant.
    Chess on a 6 by 6 board from the early days of computing.
  686. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Millennium 3D Chess (tm) by William D’Agostino.
    (Link.)
  687. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Mini Thunder Chess by Fergus Duniho.
    A small-scale hybrid of Metamorph Chess, Fusion Chess, and Assimilation Chess.
  688. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Parallel Chess War by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Play 4 chess games at once, first game won wins the whole war.
  689. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Parity Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 12x8 board with Champions and FADs added.
  690. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Pocket Polypiece Chess 43 by Antoine Fourrière.
    Game with off-board pocket where all pieces of a type change when one piece of a type is moved normally
  691. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Replacement Chess.
    Captured pieces must be put on an empty square on the board.
  692. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Rifle Chess by W. B. Seabrook.
    Pieces are taken by shooting: capturing without moving
  693. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Royal Court by Sidney LeVasseur.
    On 8 by 10 board with crowned knights: can move like king or knight.
  694. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Samarcanda by Nuno Cruz.
    Variant of Mideast Chess with Crooked Bishops
  695. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Sissa by Carlos Cetina.
    Variant on 9 by 9 board with Sissa's.
  696. 🧡 1 (0.287) - SOHO Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 10x10 board with Champions, FADs, Wizards & Cannons.
  697. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Symmetric Sissa by Carlos Cetina.
    Variant on 9 by 9 board with symmetric setup and two Sissa's (generalized Knight-like sliders)
  698. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Templar Chess by Adrian Alvarez de la Campa.
    Features the unorthodox Templar on a board with eight extra squares.
  699. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Tepuy by Roberto Lavieri.
    A territorial game, with unique setup, movement and capturing.
  700. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Tripunch Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Knights become Nightriders, Rooks add Gryphon moves, Bishops add Aanca moves, and Queens become unbelievable
  701. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Turkish Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    8x10 board with different combination pieces, Vao and Pao.
  702. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Very Heavy Chess by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    A lot of firepower with all compounds of classical chess pieces
  703. 🧡 1 (0.287) - WAD Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 10x8 board with WADs (Champions) added.
  704. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Waffle Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 10x8 board with waffles added.
  705. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Warlord Games by Joe Joyce.
    Structured multi-move abstract strategy games of battle
  706. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Wide SOHO Chess by Kevin Pacey💖.
    Chess on a 12x10 board with Archbishops, Marshalls, Champions, FADs, Wizards & Cannons.
  707. 🧡 1 (0.287) - Xiang Hex by Larry Smith.
  708. 🧡 1 (0.221) - All the Way Chess by Doug Chatham.
    Pieces must move as far as they can when moved
  709. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Aquachess by Bob Greenwade.
    One level underwater, one on the surface, and one in the sky, with many strange pieces.
  710. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Arktur by Peter Riessen.
    Two kings and randomized setup
  711. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Avatar Chess by Gerd Degens.
    Game with avatars that can assume any piece of chess, depending on the fields of the board.
  712. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Bastille Chess by PaulDeWitte.
    Win by clearing your opponent's fortress
  713. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Bishop Knight Morph Factor by Gary Gifford.
    A Bishop morphs into a Knight after moving, and visa versa.
  714. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Blackjack chess by Henk Breugem.
    Win also if the value of pieces you have is exactly 21 points
  715. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Borderline by Gerd Degens.
    Without pawns, with only one king, capturing opponent's pieces is omitted
  716. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Bottleneck Chess by Köksal Karakus.
    Most pieces start the game locked up in two bottleneck parts of the board.
  717. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Camel Decimal Chess by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    Decimal Chess with Camel
  718. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Cannons and Crabs by David Short.
    A variant on a 7x6 board with Crabs (improved Pawns), and Cannons (leapers).
  719. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Capped Pawns (Bemützte Bauern) by Jörg Knappen.
    Pawns have a double step once in their career
  720. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Captain's Chess by Patrik Hedman.
  721. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Capture the Scepter by Charles Daniel.
    Checkmate the king or capture the scepter located on opposing king's home square. Features extra-mobile sliding pawns.
  722. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Cardinal Chess by Vitya Makov.
    Just like orthodox Western "Mad Queen" Chess only substituting knight-bishop compound for Mad Queen.
  723. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Cavalry Chess by Frank Maus.
    A once popular variant from the 1920's where every piece has additional jumping moves
  724. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Centaur Chess by Adrian Alvarez de la Campa.
    Pieces move backwards as Knight.
  725. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Checker-Pawn Chess by Richard D.B.M..
    Pawns are replaced by Anglo-American Checkers pieces
  726. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Conquer the opponent's army by Gerd Degens.
    Captured pieces change sides immediately, occupying the square the capturer moved from
  727. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Corner-square chess by Henk Breugem.
    Taking is only allowed when your king is on a cornersquare
  728. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Courier Chess VIII by David Paulowich.
    A re-imagining of Courier Chess, on a smaller board.
  729. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Diagonal chess (well balanced) by Zbigniew Kokosiński.
    Diagonal chess with 7 fortified pawns
  730. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Diamond Chess by Bruce Mills.
    Chess variant on diamond shaped board with 40 squares.
  731. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Disguised King by Henk Breugem.
    Unknown pawn becomes royal piece
  732. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Displacement Chess 2.
    The most logical step for the evolution of standard Chess: flexible castling and interchange of king and queen for one side.
  733. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Douglas Modern chess by Ian Douglas.
    A chess variant with a more interesting start position, leading to more action.
  734. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Eric's Great chess by Eric Greenwood.
    Modern variant on historic large chess variant
  735. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Faceoff Chess by Lev Grigoriev.
    Chess with big moving restrictions for kings.
  736. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Fifty-fifty chess by Henk Breugem.
    Mating is allowed after having taken eight pieces
  737. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Fighting Kings by Gary Gifford.
    The King has switched places with the King Pawn - The King is now a fighting piece. And the pawn must be protected.
  738. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Fish Chess by DavidMoeser.
    Pawns can move backwards without capturing
  739. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Five-stars chess by Henk Breugem.
    One can also win by having five pieces in a row
  740. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Grand Crossing by Henk Breugem.
    Win by moving your king to the opponents side of the board
  741. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Hans38 Chess by Eric Greenwood.
    Eric Greenwood's chess on a board with 38 squares.
  742. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Hans 38Special Chess by Eric Greenwood.
    On a board with 38 squares.
  743. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Herd by Sergey Sirotkin.
    Experimental variant with jumping pieces on 7 by 7 board.
  744. 🧡 1 (0.221) - King's Reincarnation by Gary Gifford.
    Captured Kings return to the board, but at a price. 2 versions of play.
  745. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Mortal Chessgi by Fergus Duniho.
    A Chessgi game in which captures reduce material.
  746. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Mortal Shogi by Roberto Lavieri and Fergus Duniho.
    A Shogi variant in which pieces aren't all immortal
  747. 🧡 1 (0.221) - New Chancellor Chess Variants by David Paulowich.
    On 8 by 10 board with two `chancellors'
  748. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Ogi by Cyril Veltin.
    cyril
  749. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Paulowich's Chancellor Chess by David Paulowich.
    A proposal to play chancellor chess with chancellors and queens in the corner on 8 by 8 board
  750. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Pawn Eaters by Gary Gifford.
    Win by capturing all your opponent's pawns. Game includes ancient Y-movers, Shaman Rooks, and Pawn-Eaters.
  751. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Placement by Walter Weiss.
    Only kings start on board; other pieces are dropped to home square and then moved
  752. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Queens Left Chess.
    Black king and queen reverse position in setup
  753. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Royal Pawn Chess by Jeremy Good.
    The e2 and e7 pawns are royal, but Kings are not.
  754. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Sanctuary Chess by PaulDeWitte.
    Archbishop and Swiss Guard replace Queen and King; no checkmate.
  755. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Steward Chess by Adrian Alvarez de la Campa.
    Kings are able to "crown" pieces, giving them extra moves.
  756. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Trafalgar Chess by Florin Lupusoru.
    8 extra Pawns in two columns mimic the famous Battle of Trafalgar
  757. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Troja.
    Commercially sold game where pieces can be stacked.
  758. 🧡 1 (0.221) - Two Kings Chess.
    The queen is replaced by a second king
  759. 🧡 1 (0.134) - 3 Level 4 Player Variants by Charles Gilman.
    Putting 4 players on a 3d board usually used for 2
  760. 🧡 1 (0.134) - 3d Magna Carta Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Adding Barons and Dukes to Magna Carta Chess to commemorate 8th centenary of Magna Carta
  761. 🧡 1 (0.134) - 4-Player Pothole Chess by DaveHogarty and Seth Blanchard.
    Bulldozers and cars and other vehicles are pieces in 4-player chess variant.
  762. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Ajax Xiangqi by Jose Carrillo.
    The Ajax 'effect' meets Chinese Chess
  763. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Alibishogi by Charles Gilman.
    Variant with Shogi-style promotion and drops themed on Alibaba and 40 Thieves
  764. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Antarctic Chess or Predators and Penguins by Graeme Neatham.
    Penguins seek safety at the ice-pack's centre. Can the Predators stop them?
  765. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Armies of Faith 1: The Dawn of Civilisation by Charles Gilman.
    The first in of a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history
  766. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Armies of Faith 2: Later Antiquity by Charles Gilman.
    The second in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history
  767. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Armies of Faith 4: Schism by Charles Gilman.
    The fourth in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history
  768. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Armies of Faith 5: Spiritual and Temporal by Charles Gilman.
    The fifth in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history
  769. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Arnhem Chess by Hans Bodlaender.
    Game on board of 38 squares.
  770. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Bach Dang Chess by Vu Vo.
    On board with 100 squares, with crafts and other special pieces and rules
  771. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Bachelor Chess by Doug Chatham.
    Win by mating your opponent, or marrying off your King
  772. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Bachelor Kamil by Charles Gilman.
    Combines ideas from Bachelor Chess and Wildebeest Chess.
  773. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Bario Shogi by (zzo38) A. Black.
    A shogi game with pieces that can be change typed
  774. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Beautiful Sun Chess (Meiriqi) by Glenn Overby II.
    A 10x10 blend of FIDE, Shogi, and Xiangqi influences.
  775. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Bishogi by Charles Gilman.
    An attempt to take the FIDE army further towards Shogi than Chessgi does.
  776. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Caliph Qi by Charles Gilman.
    Extension of Isis with compound colourbound pieces and overlapping royal-accessible areas
  777. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Camblam by Michael Asher.
    On a 12x12 board with archers, catapults and other enhanced pieces
  778. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Cannonless Xiang Qi variants by Charles Gilman.
    A look at stronger variations of pre-cannon Xiangqi.
  779. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Canonical Chess Variants by Tony Paletta.
    A family of chess variants that blends Xiang Qi and Western Chess
  780. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Capture the Flag Chess by Thomas Cameron.
    A translation of the classic children's game to a 42-square board.
  781. 🧡 1 (0.134) - CGNP chess by Abdul-Rahman Sibahi.
    A game with Knightly Pawns.
  782. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chameleon Chess Redux by Adam Goss.
  783. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Changi with diagonal pieces by Daniil Frolov.
  784. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chaughts by Mark Hedden.
    A mixture of chess and international draughts.
  785. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Checkers with Bosses by Daniil Frolov.
    Checkers variant with different types of pieces. Game's main feature are Bosses.
  786. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chesica by Frederick Copley.
    Game from the 19th Century combining elements of Checkers and Chess
  787. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chess and a Half by sirius628.
    Game with extra leapers
  788. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chessball by U. Kamzolov.
    Play football on a chessboard.
  789. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chesscala by Francois Tremblay.
  790. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chess in the Round.
    1970's commercial variant that allows turning corners with the Rook and Queen.
  791. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chess of Amazons by paculino.
    Chess played on a 10x10 board with all FIDE pieces, but extra pawns, and the Amazon piece from the Game of Amazons.
  792. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chessopoly by Ralph Betza.
    Board with a hole in the middle where pawns move clockwise
  793. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chess vs checkers by Daniil Frolov.
  794. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Chivalry by Michael Asher.
    With 30 pieces on a 10 by 10 board
  795. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Clash of Command by PeterStobbe.
    Chesslike game with pieces that change and leave behind other pieces on special board.
  796. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Classic sum - light version by Daniil Frolov.
  797. 🧡 1 (0.134) - College Mess by Kevin Pacey.
    Smess variant played using a Smess board & set
  798. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Crossover-piece Dual Direction Variants by Charles Gilman.
    Variants adding different moves in the dual direction to already dual pieces
  799. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Dai-Ryu Shogi by Jared McComb.
    Large Shogi variant with new pieces.
  800. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Danadazo by Jared McComb.
    Game played on the 47 edges of a grid with rounded corners, borrowing elements from Tafl
  801. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Dartboard Chess by Charles Gilman.
    circular all-three-compounds variant, with different orthogonal ranges on different files
  802. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Decimal Quadruple Besiege by Charles Gilman.
    Army based on Échecs De L'Escalier arranged on enlarged Quadruple Besiege board
  803. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Delegating Chess by João Neto.
    84 square variant in which pieces delegate moving powers
  804. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Desert Pub Chess by Gary Gifford.
    A game where Desert Wazirs & Desert Ferz capture by jumping.
  805. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Diamond Ring Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Courier-style pieces to diamond-shaped camps on a toroidal wraparound board
  806. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Dienbienphu Chess by Vu Vo.
    Unequal armies chess variant: FIDE chess against Quang Trung Chess.
  807. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Diplomat Chess by Carlos Martin-Fuertes.
    Round-board variant with a Diplomat to suborn opponents.
  808. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Djambi by Jean Anesto.
    Four player variant with different taking rules and special central square
  809. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Double chess by Julian Hayward.
    Two sets of pieces on 16 by 12 board
  810. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Double Cross Besiege by Charles Gilman.
    A spinoff from Besiege Chess using FIDE-size armies
  811. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Double King Chess by DavidMoeser.
    With two kings on a 10 by 8 board
  812. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Double Skak by Soren Kirk.
    Four player chess variant on 8 by 8 board
  813. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Dual Direction Variants by Charles Gilman.
    Adding extra moves to pieces in historic forms of Chess
  814. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Echexs by Jean-Louis Cazaux.
    Hexagonal variant for three or six players.
  815. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Ecutunnel and Ecumillstone by Charles Gilman.
    3d versions of twin-board Ecumenical Chess, with a new front-rank piece
  816. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Electrum Chess by Charles Gilman.
    All the Goldchess and Silverchess back-rank pieces in a single variant
  817. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Elephant Hunt by Freederick .
    Ituri Forest Pygmi traditional game with chess-like elements.
  818. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Empty Cube Chess by Charles Gilman.
    A variant using the faces of an 8x8x8 board with no triaxial moves
  819. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Enep by Aurelian Florea.
    An experimental variant with enhanced knights and an extra pawn.
  820. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Europan Chess by Mark Hedden.
    A 14x14 board with extra pieces
  821. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Expanded Chinese Chess by Travis Z.
  822. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Falcon Hexagonal Chess by Abdul-Rahman Sibahi.
    The Falcon into the Hexagonal world.
  823. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fanorona Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Variant played on a Fanorona board with capture by approach and by withdrawal
  824. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fellowship of the Ring by Robert Price.
    White may win by carrying a 'ring' to the other side of the board.
  825. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fiancé Chess by Charles Gilman.
    A 3-player variant with Kings and Queens starting far apart, inspired by Bachelor Chess
  826. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fighting Fizzies by Peter Aronson.
    An Experimental Army for Chess with Different Armies.
  827. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Flight and Ferry by Charles Gilman.
    The gold dragon of Wessex fights the red one of Wales across the Bristol Channel
  828. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Foreign Policy Chess by Francois Tremblay.
    Chess variant on 8 by 8 board with armies of unequal strength
  829. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Four Armies by Patrick Riley.
    Each player controls two armies.
  830. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Four Player Shogi by MichaelShipley.
    Variant of Shogi for four players.
  831. 🧡 1 (0.134) - French revolution chess by Hans Bodlaender.
    Advanced pawns threaten the noble pieces
  832. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fugue by Michael Nelson.
    Based on Ultima and Rococo this game has pieces that capture in unusual ways.
  833. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Fun-in-a-Box Chess by David Howe.
    Featuring Thing One and Thing Two from The Cat in the Hat.
  834. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Futashikana Shogi by A. M. DeWitt.
    Expanded version of Shosu Shogi played on an 11x11 board.
  835. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gala Xiang-Qi by Daniil Frolov.
    Crossover game
  836. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Game of the Three Kingdoms.
    Another variant on Chinese Chess for three players.
  837. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Game of Three Friends by Jìndé Zhèng.
    A variant on Chinese Chess for three players.
  838. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gi-Qi-Game by Daniil Frolov.
    Another one crossover of European, Chinese and Japanese chess.
  839. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Giant-King Chess by Robert Shimmin.
    Kings take up four squares each, all of which must be attacked to check
  840. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Glacial Shift by Jared McComb.
    4-player game played with Icehouse pieces with Shogi-style captures and where the same piece moves differently for each player
  841. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Global Chess.
    A chess game played on a board composed of two rotating disks.
  842. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gnu Qi by Charles Gilman.
    A cross between Anglis Qi and Wildebeest Chess
  843. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Goldchess and Silverchess by Charles Gilman.
    Standard board and setup, but new moves for pieces.
  844. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gothic Isles Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Fictional historic variant, with Dragons, Wizards and Champions
  845. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Grand CwDA: the Shatranjians by Joe Joyce.
    Grand CwDA
  846. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Grand Tamerlane by John Davis.
    John Davis invented this variation of Mideast Chess
  847. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gross Raumschach by Charles Gilman.
    Larger, 4-player version of Raumschach.
  848. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Gryphon Aanca Chess by Gary Gifford.
    Large Variant with Gryphons, Aancas, and a few other not-so-common pieces.
  849. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Half Nearlydouble Chess and offshoots by Charles Gilman.
    Chess enlarged and then shrunk again - or vice versa
  850. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Heathen Europe Chess by Charles Gilman.
    2 player cubic-cell Europe-specific offshoot of AOF series
  851. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Herculean Chess by Charles Daniel.
    12 x 12 version of chess featuring 4 Rooks, 4 Bishops, 4 Leapers and 22 pawns.
  852. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Herichess by Charles Gilman.
    A variant on a board in the shape of the English Heritage logo
  853. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hexabeast by Ivan Derzhanski.
    Hexagonal chess variant with six animal pieces, by Ivan A. Derzhanski.
  854. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hexagonal Round Chess by Arnaldo D'Almeida.
    Combined Byzantine Chess with Rex Chess.
  855. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hex Shogi 41 by Fergus Duniho.
    Hexagonal shogivariant on board with 41 squares.
  856. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hex Shogi 81 by Fergus Duniho.
    A hexagonal Shogi variant on an 81-space board
  857. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hitchhiker Chess by Dan Troyka.
    Get your Hitchhiker to the Restaurant at the other End of the Board; inspired by Douglas Adams' books
  858. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Honeycomb Chess by Charles Gilman.
    This variant uses a board of hex-prism cells and two sets of FIDE pieces.
  859. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Hourglass Hex Chess by Charles Gilman.
    2 overlapping triangles form a hex board of just over FIDE size.
  860. 🧡 1 (0.134) - iChess by Pangus Ho.
  861. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Imperial Dragon Chess by Paul Fredrix.
    A variant of Xiangqi designed to appeal to western players.
  862. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Infinite Recursion Chess by David Howe.
    Another mega-chess type game.
  863. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Insect Chess by Tim Bostick.
    On a 12x12 board. All pieces are insect and arachnid representations, with some unique pieces.
  864. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Interweave by Peter Aronson.
    Game with elements of Checkers and Ultima where all pieces are colorbound and only capture pieces on the other color
  865. 🧡 1 (0.134) - IO Chess by Mark Hedden.
    Variant on 16 by 16 board with many pieces.
  866. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Joko Urtaroak by Glenn Overby II.
    Modern large version of Game of Four Seasons; four player chess variant
  867. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Joust Chess by Jeff Cornell.
    Rotating pieces, long range movement, adjacent capture, both in one turn using different directions.
  868. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Judkin's Shogi by ? Judkin.
    Small shogi variant on 6 by 6 board.
  869. 🧡 1 (0.134) - King Arthur's Chess 72 by David Cannon.
    Chess on a round board,. The odd number of files allows the Bishops to access every cell on the board - not colour-bound.
  870. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Knavish Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Variant using square-board analogues to 6-way hex-board Dabbabas
  871. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Kobayashi Maru Variant of Star Trek 3-D Chess by Larry Smith.
    A variant set of rules for playing chess using the 3 dimensionsal set featured on the TV series Star Trek
  872. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Korean Carrera by Daniil Frolov.
  873. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Koval's Hexagonal Chess by Max Koval.
    A new way to play chess on hexagonal cells
  874. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Leaping/Missing Bat Chess by John Savard.
    Large variant on a 16x12 board with many fairy pieces.
  875. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Life, the Universe and Everything by João Neto.
    42-square double-move variant with unusual pieces, inspired by Douglas Adams' fiction
  876. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Litrof by Glenn Overby II.
    Variant on 42 squares played with stacks of Icehouse pyramids, where different color pyramids give stacks different powers
  877. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Little Dragon Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Modern small variant of Xiangqi on board of 41 squares.
  878. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Los Alamos Vierschach by Jörg Knappen.
    Four player variant of small variant Los Alamos Chess
  879. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Mad Elephant Chess by Peter Aronson.
    Pawns can be turned into Elephants; Elephants can promote to Mad Elephants, and Mad Elephants can trample lines of pieces.
  880. 🧡 1 (0.134) - magic mashers by Andy Maxson.
    another experimental chess with different armies variant
  881. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Magna Carta Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Black has the FIDE array, White has a Marshal and an Archbishop instead of a Queen and King
  882. 🧡 1 (0.134) - MANEVAR a.k.a. Maneuver by Bishop Drax.
    Game with infantry, cavalry, and archers and multiple moves per turn.
  883. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Marine Game.
    Small wargame, simulating a sea battle.
  884. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Marinelli's three-handed chess, or Triple Chess by Philip Marinelli.
    Historic chess variant for three players
  885. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Mega-Chess by David Howe.
    A chess game where each piece is a chess game!
  886. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Microorganism Chess by Mark Hedden.
    A 16x16 board with pieces that behave like micro-organisms.
  887. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Military Chess by E. Joseph Cossman.
    19th century commercial chess variant
  888. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Mitregi by Charles Gilman.
    Shogi variant with more powerful diagonal pieces.
  889. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Mitsugumi Shogi by A. M. DeWitt.
    Smaller variant of Suzumu Shogi on a 13x13 board.
  890. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Napoleonic Chess by Tom Hartley.
    Large chess variant with the `spirit of the Armies of the Napoleonic period'.
  891. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Nearlydouble Chess by Charles Gilman.
    A 2d variant with the whole of two identical sets minus the second King
  892. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Nearlydouble Hex Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Applying the Nearlydouble principle to Wellisch and McCooey Chess
  893. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Nearlydouble Wildebeest by Charles Gilman.
    A variant with the whole of two identical Wildebeest sets minus the second King
  894. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Neo Chess by J. Naylor.
    Four player chess on 8 by 10 board from 1925
  895. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Nine elders by Daphne Snowmoon.
    Sittuyin + Shogi
  896. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Not-so colorbound cylindrical chess by Daniil Frolov.
    Game only with pieces, that would be colorbound on normal board.
  897. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Not a Dodgson System Chess by Hans Bodlaender.
    Four player variant, using Alice chess movement. Win by taking most of the eliminated players pieces
  898. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Novo Chess by L. Weijden.
    War game chess variant from the Netherlands, 1937.
  899. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Oblique by Tony Quintanilla.
    Variant with board with 40 squares turned 45 degrees.
  900. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Once More, with Deans by Charles Gilman.
    Subvariants of River-with-university-and-cathedral series with extra piece type
  901. 🧡 1 (0.134) - One Ring by Robert Price.
    White wants to get the Ring to the far side and destroy it
  902. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Operational Chess 2 by Andy Thomas.
    Large, wargame inspired variant with ranged pieces.
  903. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Pachessi by Peter Aronson.
    Race and chess game on board formed by removing 3 by 3 square from center of 7 by 7 square.
  904. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Padwar qi by Daniil Frolov.
  905. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Palace Shogi by Silvia Hollinshead.
    A complicated hybrid of Shogi, Xiang Qi, and Chess
  906. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Panal: a hexagonal chess by Glenn Overby II.
    A double-royal piece variant on a 61-hex board.
  907. 🧡 1 (0.134) - PASGL 312 Chess by Ralph Betza.
    Critters steal lunch in the forest, while trying to get close to the campfire and avoid the train
  908. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Pass variants by Charles Gilman.
    4-player Xiang, Anglis, &c. Qi on a 10x10 board with intersecting Rivers
  909. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Pawn Shogi by Eric Greenwood.
    Experimental shogi variant with different types of pawns.
  910. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Phi Chess with Different Armies by Joshua Morris.
    Choose your own army on a 13x8 board.
  911. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Pink Panther Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Possess the Pink Panther diamond give your piece extra moves
  912. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Pirates-Henge-Ho by R Chafe.
    Small variant with pirates theme.
  913. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Platform Chess by Robert Price.
    Pieces move normally or ride on 2x2 platforms that move themselves
  914. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Proto Prelates by Charles Gilman.
    An Armies of Faith offshoot adding Bishop compounds named after pre-Christian religious titles
  915. 🧡 1 (0.134) - QB Goes East 98 squares by Charles Gilman.
    Quadruple Besiege versions of Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots using single sets on 2 7x7 boards
  916. 🧡 1 (0.134) - QB Goes East 162 squares by Charles Gilman.
    Quadruple Besiege versions of Shogi, Xiang Qi, and offshoots using double sets on 2 9x9 boards
  917. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Quadd Shogi by (zzo38) A. Black.
    Shogi with 4 squares for each one space in normal Shogi.
  918. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Quadruple Besiege Chess by Charles Gilman.
    A variant on a "finite but unbounded" board comprising two FIDE boards notionally joined on every edge.
  919. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Quang Trung Chess (4th edition) by Vu Vo.
    Variant with standard equipment, with different moving pieces, and elements of Xiangqi and FIDE-chess
  920. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Reservists' doublechess by Andrew L Smith.
    Each side has 16 non-pawn pieces, split among 10 types
  921. 🧡 1 (0.134) - REX Hexagonal Chess by Arnaldo D'Almeida.
    Six Direction Chess
  922. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Rotorblades Fusion Chess by David Cannon.
    Played on a circular tiling on triangular cells. A further development of my previous game, Rotorblades Chess.
  923. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Round Table Chess 84 by Richard VanDeventer.
    Chess on a special round board with 84 squares
  924. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Rutherford’s 1-dimensional Shogi by Jonathan Rutherford.
    Modern one-dimensional chess variant, based upon Shogi
  925. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Ryu Shogi by Jared McComb.
    Large modern shogi variant
  926. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sankaku Shogi by Larry Smith.
    Small Shogi variant played on a board of 44 triangles with no drops and a teleporting Emperor
  927. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Self's three-handed chess by Henry Self.
    19th century chess variant for three players.
  928. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sesqui-dimensional Chess by Jeff Cornell.
    1d circular variant where pieces move clockwise, counterclockwise, and *across the center* of the circle.
  929. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Shogi with Cannons by John Smith.
    Clarified Pawn drop rules.
  930. 🧡 1 (0.134) - short splicers by Andy Maxson.
    An experimental chess with different armies army
  931. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sigma 4 Shogi by Daniel Roth.
    Updated rules and added new pieces
  932. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sino-European Chess by Andy Thomas.
  933. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sixteen Pawns by M. de Kemur.
    Trade a queen for 8 extra pawn
  934. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Snark Hunt by Peter Aronson.
    Variant with unequal armies on board with 41 squares, inspired by a poem of Lewis Carroll's
  935. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Soccer Chess by João Neto.
    Chess Variant inspired by soccer
  936. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Spherical chess by Don Miller and Leo Nadvorney.
    Sides of the board are considered to be connected to form a sphere
  937. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Spire orth triangular xiang-qi by Daniil Frolov.
  938. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Stelliform 6 player Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Stellisch from Wellisch, Stellicorn from Revergent, and Stellgi and Hexgi
  939. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sudoku War by Joost Brugh.
    A fight that takes place in a Sudoku
  940. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Sunflower HexChess by Graeme Neatham.
    Hexagonal Chess in-the-round
  941. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Suzumu Shogi by A. M. DeWitt.
    16x16 variant based on Tenjiku Shogi.
  942. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Tapestry Chess by David Howe.
    Chess on a four-color 6x6 board, with a 5 square control board.
  943. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Three Player Hex Shogi 91 by Fergus Duniho.
    a hexagonal Shogi variant for three players.
  944. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Tishai by James Ernest.
    Played on a 7x7 board with 2 sideboards.
  945. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Toto40 by Peter Aronson.
    Staircase board with fighting line in the middle, inspired by Totolospi game of Hopi Indians.
  946. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Trihex by Marek14 .
    Three-player hexagonal variant with extra pieces
  947. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Trios Hex Chess by Charles Gilman.
    Filling Glinsky-size camps with extra pieces
  948. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Triumvirate Chess by PaulDeWitte.
    Uses three Knights. The last remaining opposing Knight must be checkmated as the King.
  949. 🧡 1 (0.134) - True King by Roxy Wu.
    A Grand Chess variant.
  950. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Tryslmaistan Chess.
    Fictional chess variant on board made of 24 triangles.
  951. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Turn Qi by Charles Gilman.
    Cannonless Xiang Qi on a Byzantine-style board, complete with Byzantine geography!
  952. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Ulchesgi by (zzo38) A. Black.
    Like Ultima and Chess and Shogi
  953. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Unirexal Chess by Vernon Parton.
    Only white has a king
  954. 🧡 1 (0.134) - veSQuj - Chess with 21st century armies by Glenn Overby II.
    A highly tactical variant with a 21st-century-war theme.
  955. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Vierschach by G. Lutze.
    19th Century 4-player game where allies start off at right angles to each other
  956. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Vortex Chess by Robert LeRoy.
    Ortho-chess with the inclusion of a new piece: the Portal.
  957. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Waider's three-handed chess by Waider.
  958. 🧡 1 (0.134) - War of World`s Warriors Chess by Namik Zade.
    The War of World`s Warriors Chess
  959. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Weak!.
    Black has 7 knights, and 16 pawns, White the usual array
  960. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Wild Kingdom Chess by Nick Wolff.
  961. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Windows Chess by David Cannon.
    Windows Chess is played with usual chess equipment on a board inspired by an arch-window.
  962. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Yalta.
    A three player chess variant
  963. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Yonin Bishogi by Charles Gilman.
    Variant based on Yonin Shogi but with FIDE pieces
  964. 🧡 1 (0.134) - Yonin Shogi by Ota Mitsuyasu.
    4-handed Shogi variant
  965. 🧡 1 (0.134) - ZigZag Chess by Robert Bell.
    Variant on `zigzagshaped' board
  966. 🧡 1 (0.134) - ZigZag X Chess by Robert Bell.
    Variant on board with new shape
  967. 🧡 1 (0.134) - ZM Machiavellian Quadchess by John Zimmerman.
    Modernization of Chaturanga for four players

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