The Large Tag
Played on boards larger than 8x8
- Ajax Xiangqi. The Ajax 'effect' meets Chinese Chess. (9x10, Cells: 90)
- Alekhine Chess. Named in honor of Alexander Alekhine, World Chess Champion 1927-1935, 1937-1946.
- Annan Shogi. Shogi variant where pieces move like a friendly piece directly behind it. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Bachelor Kamil. Combines ideas from Bachelor Chess and Wildebeest Chess. (9x8, Cells: 72)
- Cannon Shogi and Cannon Chess. Played on a 9x9 Shogi board, feature various types of 'Cannon' pieces. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Cataclysm. Large board game with short-range pieces designed to be dramatic without being overly complicated or dragging on too long. (12x16, Cells: 192)
- Cellular Chess. One step towards Joe Joyce's ideal of playing chess on an 100x100 board. (30x30, Cells: 900)
- Chess of Amazons. Chess played on a 10x10 board with all FIDE pieces, but extra pawns, and the Amazon piece from the Game of Amazons.
- Chess on a Longer Board with a few Pieces Added. On a 10 row by 8 column board, with three new pieces. (8x10, Cells: 80)
- Chess on a Really Big Board. Chess on multiple chess boards. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Chieftain Chess. Missing description (16x12, Cells: 192)
- Double Chess 16 x 8. On 16 by 8 board. (16x8, Cells: 128)
- Ecumenical Chess. Set of Variants incorporating Camels and Camel compound pieces. (8x10, Cells: 80)
- Eight-Stone Chess. On an 8 by 9 board with eight neutral stones. (8x9, Cells: 72)
- Five Tigers. A Chinese Chess variant with unequal armies. (9x10, Cells: 90)
- Gnu Qi. A cross between Anglis Qi and Wildebeest Chess. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Golden Age Chess On a Really Big Board. Variant on 16 by 16 board with several different pieces. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Grande Acedrex. A large variant from 13th century Europe. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Granlem Shatranj. This is a mash-up of Grand Shatranj & Lemurian Shatranj with a 3 moves/player turn option.
- Hanga Roa. A chess variant inspired by the people of Easter Island. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- IO Chess. Variant on 16 by 16 board with many pieces. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Left-Right Chess. A large variant with some pieces that move as a Rook only left or right.
- Mansindam (Pantheon tale). A variant that combines 'drop' rule and strong pieces, and there is no draw. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Maorider Chess. Maorider and king with unusual recruiting abilities. (8x9, Cells: 72)
- Mosaic Chess. Large variant combining pieces from various other games.
- Napoleonic Chess. Large chess variant with the `spirit of the Armies of the Napoleonic period'. (14x14, Cells: 196)
- Nutty Shogi. Pieces jump over many others, and a Fire Demon burns neighbors. (13x13, Cells: 169)
- Pandemonium (Surajang修羅場). Capablanca chess + Crazyhouse.
- PromoChess. Everything but the king can power up. Mix of Japanese/Western/fairy pieces. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Seenschach. Variant on 10 by 10 board with lake in the middle and new pieces. (10x10, Cells: 84)
- Shogi. Missing description (9x9, Cells: 81) (Recognized!)
- Shogi with Impassable Kings. A modest fix to Shogi that makes impasses impossible.
- Star Pool Chess. Large variant of Makruk, with a center non-square that acts as a bridge. (Cells: 84)
- TamerSpiel. Modern large chess variant with elements of historic chess variants. (12x8, Cells: 84)
- Tamerlane chess. A well-known historic large variant of Shatranj. (11x10, Cells: 112) (Recognized!)
- Tenjiku Shogi. Fire Demons burn surrounding enemies, Generals capture jumping many pieces. (16x16, Cells: 256)
- Tepuy. A territorial game, with unique setup, movement and capturing. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Tiger Chess. A large game with fast-moving pieces.
- Tigrey. Combination of Expanded Chess and Tiger Chess. (12x12, Cells: 144)
- Transmitter Chess. Drone pieces have no movement until activated by one of three friendly Transmitters. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Wildebeest Chess. Variant on an 10 by 11 board with extra jumping pieces. (11x10, Cells: 110) (Recognized!)
- Xorix Shogi. Shogi where piece movement are XORed with captured pieces. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Yáng Qí. Yankee ingenuity adds new power to Chinese Chess. (9x10, Cells: 90)
- Zone X. Chess with a special central Zone, a new piece, and new moves. (8x8, Cells: 64)
- mini-Chieftain. One Small Multi-Move Game in Two Configurations. (8x8, Cells: 64)