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Week ending Feb 11, 2012
- Flexible Chinese Chess (F-Xiangqi). Xiangqi variant where the horses are initially external (with zrf). By M Winther.
Week ending Jun 27, 2009
- A Guide to Variant Chess. Variant Chess Games.
Week ending Sep 13, 2008
Week ending Sep 29, 2007
- Dai Dai Shogi. Extremely large Shogi variant invented in the 17th century. Author: Douglas Silfen and Eduard Werner.
- Great Whale Shogi. Large board based on Whale and Wa Shogi. Author: Douglas Silfen. Inventor: R. Wayne Schmittberger.
- Wa Shogi. Large Shogi variant from the 17th century or earlier. Author: Douglas Silfen.
- Tori Shogi. Bird Shogi. Author: Eduard Werner. Inventor: Ohashi Soei.
- Whale Shogi. Small Shogi variant. Author: Douglas Silfen and Karl Scherer. Inventor: R. Wayne Schmittberger.
Week ending Dec 02, 2006
Week ending Nov 11, 2006
- Hiashatar. A Mongolian historical variant, featuring the very special Bodyguard piece (zrf available). Author: M Winther.
Week ending Nov 04, 2006
Week ending Sep 16, 2006
- Chinese Chess.. An strong Zillions implementation plus a description of the world's most popular game. By M Winther.
Week ending Mar 25, 2006
- First Syllabus on Xiangqi: Chinese Chess 1. Missing description Author: David Li.
- Xiangqi Syllabus on Cannon: Chinese Chess 2. Missing description Author: David Li.
- Shogi for Beginners. Missing description
- Shogi : Japan's Game of Strategy. Missing description Author: Trevor Leggett.
- Chinese Chess for Beginners. Missing description
Week ending Mar 18, 2006
- Chinese Chess by H. T. Lau. Book on the fundamentals of Chinese Chess. Author: H. T. Lau.
- Chinese Chess Pack. Contains a detailed play guide and strategic hints and tips for the game. Author: James Palmer.
- Korean Games. With Notes on the Corresponding Games of China and Japan. Author: Stewart Culin.
- German Chu Shogi Association. Missing description
- Burmese Chess. Missing description Author: M Winther.
Week ending Dec 24, 2005
- Go-Figure!. Webshop selling sets of Xiangqi (Chinese chess).
Week ending Nov 19, 2005
- The Friends of Chinese Chess in Finland. Missing description
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Week ending Aug 14, 2004
- Elephant Chess Club. Webshop selling internationalized Xiangqi and Shogi sets.
Week ending Jun 05, 2004
- Rutherford's 1-dimensional Shogi. Modern one-dimensional chess variant, based upon Shogi. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Jonathan H Rutherford.
Week ending Oct 04, 2003
- Wa Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on an 11 by 11 board. (Link.).
- Tai Shogi. Very large Shogi variant.
- Tori Shogi. A variant of Japanese Chess on a 7 by 7 board. (Link to Roger Hare's shogi site.).
- Dai Shogi. Shogi variant on 15 by 15 board. (Link.).
Week ending Jul 05, 2003
- Hiashatar . Mongolian Great Chess played on a 10x10 board with a pair of Bodyguard pieces per side. Author: L. U. Kisljuk.
Week ending Jun 21, 2003
- Shogi Variant Software . Index of shogi variant software (in Japanese). Author: Edward Strickland.
- Makruk. Burmese Chess. Author: Malcolm Maynard.
Week ending Jun 14, 2003
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Week ending Feb 22, 2003
- The Shogi Foundation. Organization selling books on Shogi and a portable shogi set.
Week ending Feb 15, 2003
- ThaiBG . Thai language site (with limited English) where you can play Makruk and Thai Checkers on-line. Author: Ben Good.
- Xiangqi 3D. Three dimensional version of Chinese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
- Shogi 3D. Three dimensional version of Japanese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
- 3D Xiang Qi. Three dimensional version of Chinese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
- 3D Shogi. Three dimensional version of Japanese Chess. By Larry L. Smith.
Week ending Jan 18, 2003
- Korean vs Western Chess. Red pieces are from Korean Chess, black pieces are from Western Chess.
Week ending Nov 30, 2002
Week ending Oct 26, 2002
Week ending Oct 19, 2002
- Bushi Shogi. Extremely small shogi variant played with cube pieces. Author: Larry L. Smith. Inventor: Georg Dunkel.
Week ending Oct 12, 2002
- Nana-Shogi. Shogi variant on a tiny board. By Georg Dunkel.
- Bushi shogi. Shogi variant on a two-square board! Bushi means Samurai. By Georg Dunkel.
Week ending Aug 24, 2002
- Kyoshogi . Variant of Shogi on a 10x10 board.
Week ending Jun 29, 2002
- Shogi web site . Web site on Shogi and its variants.
Week ending Apr 27, 2002
- German Xiangqi Federation. Includes problem solving contest.
Week ending Apr 20, 2002
Week ending Apr 13, 2002
- Shogessi (The Allday Wars) . An original large, multiplayer Chess/Shogi variant.
Week ending Mar 09, 2002
- Uncle Wang Chinese Chess . Link to website of commercial program that plays Xiangqi.
- Xiangqi for Chess Players. Introduction geared toward western chess players. Author: Douglas Crockford.
Week ending Mar 02, 2002
Week ending Feb 02, 2002
- Chinese and Korean Chess Links. Comprehensive list of links to Chinese and Korean chess pages. Author: Roleigh Martin.
- Korean Chess . An extensive description of Korean Chess. (9x10, Cells: 90) Author: Roleigh Martin.
Week ending Jan 05, 2002
Week ending Oct 13, 2001
- Shogi for Chess Players. Introduction to Shogi geared for western chess players. Author: Douglas Crockford.
Week ending Aug 04, 2001
- Kyoto Shogi and Hex Kyoto Shogi . Small shogi variants. (Link.).
Week ending Jan 06, 2001
- Janggidosa . Korean Chess Playing Program.
- Dlyouk Janggi. Program that plays this Korean Chess Variant. (Link.).
- Tommy's Toys. Has available a shareware program that plays the Jungle Game.
- Edmarks' Strategy Challenges II Program. On their Website, you can download a demo that allows you to play the Jungle game against a human opponent on a PC.
Week ending Nov 13, 1999
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- Makruk experiences. Tim Krabbe's WWW page on his experiences with Makruk. Author: Tim Krabbé.
- 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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