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Week ending Jun 26, 2021
- Stanley Random Chess . Missing description Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Austin Lockwood.
Week ending May 02, 2020
- SASR chess symbols. Minimalistic graphics for chess and variants. By Ola Sassersson.
Week ending May 14, 2016
- Star Trek 3D Chess for Tournaments. A variation of Star Trek 3D Chess designed for tournament play. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Jens Meder and Andrew Bartmess.
- ST3DRoth. Charlie Roth's Revision of Star Trek 3D Chess. Author: Fergus Duniho. Inventor: Charles Roth and Andrew Bartmess.
Week ending Feb 07, 2015
- The Sons of Mithra. Computer program for playing fantasy variant. Author: Michael Chang Gummelt. Inventor: Michael Chang Gummelt and Holly Gummelt.
Week ending May 04, 2013
- Suicide Chess. http://www.windowsphone.com/en-us/store/app/suicide-chess-free/b89dc1a3-2d23-410d-b580-aaaff54d81f5. By Freederick .
Week ending Oct 20, 2012
- Super-Chess. www.oteroideas.com. By Superuser .
Week ending Mar 29, 2008
- Seirawan Chess. FIDE chess, put players have N+R and N+B in hand to drop. Inventor: Yasser Seirawan and Bruce Harper.
Week ending Nov 17, 2007
- Step and Circle TrigChess. Presentation of a short example game. By Graeme C Neatham.
Week ending May 12, 2007
- Stahlberg Chess. Regular pieces plus a Swedish Cannon and a Chancellor, which are dropped onto the board (with zrf). By M Winther.
- Stoltz Chess. Regular pieces plus a Swedish Cannon and an Archbishop, which are dropped onto the board (with zrf). By M Winther.
Week ending Apr 14, 2007
- Swedish Cannon Chess. Introducing the Swedish Cannon, a cannon similar to the Korean, but well suitable for a Western piece context (zrf available). By M Winther.
- Seirawan Chess. invented by GM Yasser Seirawan, a conservative drop chess (zrf available). Author: M Winther. Inventor: Yasser Seirawan and Bruce Harper.
Week ending Mar 03, 2007
- Scout Chess. Introducing the Scout, combining queen-captures with Camelrider moves (zrf exists). By M Winther.
Week ending Jan 13, 2007
- Skandaran Chess. Download Skandaran Chess at Zillions Website. By Francisco Marzoa.
Week ending Dec 02, 2006
- Shocky. A program that plays Shogi. Author: Pauli Misikangas.
Week ending Nov 18, 2006
- Squadron Chess. Uses only one type of piece besides the King. By Ken Franklin.
Week ending Nov 11, 2006
- Sir Bombalot. A variant of chess with pieces offering a myriad of different options at any given time. Inventor: Bruce Harper and Duncan Suttles.
Week ending Nov 04, 2006
- Simply XiangQi. Correspondence Chinese Chess (Xiangqi) website. By Andy .
Week ending Oct 14, 2006
- Stheno Chess. Introducing the repulsive Stheno, which repels pieces as far as possible in the alignment direction (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Oct 07, 2006
- Samnis Chess. Introducing the Samnis, which combines rook-capture with bifurcated bounce-movement, on a Gustavian board (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Sep 30, 2006
- Sagittar Chess. Introducing the Sagittar, a bifurcation cannon related to the Korean cannon, on an H-board (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Sep 23, 2006
- Secutor Chess. Introducing the Secutor piece, and new collision-capture, on a Gustavian board (zrf available). By M Winther.
Week ending Apr 15, 2006
- SMIRF. Program that plays various 8x10 chess variants. Author: Reinhard Scharnagl.
Week ending Mar 25, 2006
- Shogi for Beginners. Missing description
- Shogi : Japan's Game of Strategy. Missing description Author: Trevor Leggett.
Week ending Mar 18, 2006
- Shatranj for Four. 4-handed Shatranj. Author: M Winther.
Week ending Feb 11, 2006
- Shamanic Chess. Pieces may be transformed into 'Shamans'. By M Winther.
Week ending Feb 04, 2006
- Shamanic Chess . Pieces may be transformed into 'Shamans'. By M Winther.
Week ending Dec 24, 2005
- Scacchi Eterodossi Club. Italian/English website for online playing of chessvariants. Author: Filiberto Pivirotto.
Week ending Nov 19, 2005
- Shatranj of Troy. A Shatranj variant with Shogi-like drops, a Trojan Horse (with 6 pieces inside). Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Gary K. Gifford.
Week ending Oct 01, 2005
- Shatranj Elephants. Missing description By Christine Bagley-Jones.
Week ending Aug 27, 2005
- Shatranj Elephants. Shatranj-like game, but with all short-range, limited-capturing pieces. By Christine Bagley-Jones.
Week ending Jun 04, 2005
- Shogi Variants Site. Wikipedia dedicated to Shogi Variants. Author: Joseph Peterson.
Week ending May 21, 2005
- Scatha. Simple open-source hexagonal chess playing engine. Author: Tord Romstad.
Week ending Mar 26, 2005
- Solitaire Laboratory. Michael Keller's Game and Puzzle Pages.
Week ending Sep 25, 2004
- Synchronous Chess. Chess played with written simultaneous moves. By Ralf Hansmann.
Week ending Aug 28, 2004
- Sculptures by James Killian Spratt -- Three New Chess Variations . Beautiful chess sets created by a sculptor of three of his own Chess variations plus Jetan. Author: James Killian Spratt.
Week ending May 15, 2004
- SchemingMind.com Internet Correspondence Chess Club . Missing description Author: Austin Lockwood.
Week ending Mar 06, 2004
- Symmetrical Chess Collection. Collection of several large symmetric chess variants with only line pieces. Author: Derek Nalls and Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Derek Nalls.
- Symmetrical Chess Collection. Collection of several large symmetric chess variants with only line pieces. By Derek Nalls.
Week ending Feb 28, 2004
- Startchess.com . Chess search engine.
Week ending Sep 20, 2003
- SphereChess . Downloadable files to play a spherical chess variant. By Lukas A. Saul.
Week ending Jul 26, 2003
- Shatranj Plus . Play four large historical variations of Shatranj including Tamerlane Chess! Author: Malcolm Maynard.
Week ending Jun 21, 2003
- Shogi Variant Software . Index of shogi variant software (in Japanese). Author: Edward Strickland.
- Sittyuin and Makruk. Zillions file to play Burmese Chess and Thai Chess. Author: Malcolm Maynard.
Week ending May 24, 2003
- Shou Dou Qui . Printable Board and Pieces. Author: Jan Horinek.
Week ending May 17, 2003
- Stability Chess. Designed to minimize the first-move advantage by white, maximize fairness, and simplify the rules of chess. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Various.
Week ending Mar 15, 2003
- String Chess. A one-dimensional variant with a fairy theme. Author: Mathew M. Burke. Inventor: Aaron Hall.
Week ending Feb 22, 2003
- The Shogi Foundation. Organization selling books on Shogi and a portable shogi set.
Week ending Feb 15, 2003
- Shogi 3D. Three dimensional version of Japanese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
Week ending Jun 29, 2002
- Shogi web site . Web site on Shogi and its variants.
Week ending May 04, 2002
- The Symmetrical Chess Collection . Web site containing a collection of Chess Variants based on perfect symmetry. By Derek Nalls.
Week ending Apr 13, 2002
- Shogessi (The Allday Wars) . An original large, multiplayer Chess/Shogi variant.
Week ending Mar 16, 2002
- StrateGems . Chess problem magazine. Author: Ben Good.
Week ending Mar 09, 2002
- Sjeng : a chess-and-variants playing program . Freeware program that plays chess and some variants, like giveaway chess and bughouse.
Week ending Oct 13, 2001
- Shogi for Chess Players. Introduction to Shogi geared for western chess players. Author: Douglas Crockford.
Week ending Apr 07, 2001
- Senterej . Missing description
Week ending Jan 06, 2001
- Strategy for Losing Chess . Website with strategic tips for Giveaway chess.
- Steeple Chess . Crossover between race game and chess.
- Star Chess. 3d-chess variant on two round levels. (Link.).
Week ending Oct 24, 1998
- Shatra . Old game from the Altai from Russia, on special shaped board with draughts-like capture.
Week ending Dec 04, -1
- Shogi Variant Program. Home page of a freeware program, that allows humans to play shogi and 11 variants of shogi. (Link.).
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