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- Beyond Chess (tm). Commercial variant with dynamic board. (8x8, Cells: 64)
- Chess Cubed on Steam. Chess on a Puzzle Cube with standard pieces and rotations.
- Chess Cubic. Chess board is a cube with each side a 4x4 grid. (6x(4x4), Cells: 96)
- Chess for Three. Traditional pieces, three players, on a triangular board.
- Chess for Three. Three-player Chess with standard pieces and moves.
- Choiss. First place your squares, then your pawns, then your pieces, then move.
- Cross Chess. Game played on a cross-shaped board. (Cells: 64)
- Cross Chess . Game played on a cross-shaped board.
- Cube Chess. Chess board is a cube with 4 playable sides, each with a 4x4 grid. (4x(4x4), Cells: 64)
- Diamond Chess II. Game on diamond-shaped board with 98 triangular cells.
- Doubles Chess. A four-player game for two teams on an unusual board.
- Dragon Chess (tm). Commercial board game played on a large board with a new piece -- the Dragon.
- Duchess. For 2, 3, 4 or 6 players on a rose-shaped board.
- Hazlewood's Hexagonal Chess. Hexagonal Chess on a diamond-shaped board with many short-moving pieces.
- Infinite Chess . Link to publishers website.
- Infinite Chess Photographs. Photos of an Infinite Chess set.
- Information on: Master Chess Triple Game. Two players play on three boards connected by corridors.
- Konigsritter. Four-player game on curiously-shaped board with one player having a different army than the others.
- Macrochess . Board is formed by having a 4 by 4 grid at each side of a cube.
- Partner Chess . Commercial two and four-player variant on smaller cross-shaped board.
- Tile Chess . Commercial chess variant, published by Steve Jackson Games.
- Wikingerschach. Old commercial chess variant from Germany.
- Zonal Chess. Board has special `zones' at both sides. Commercial game of 1970's. (Cells: 104)