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SELECT * FROM `IndexEntry` LEFT JOIN Item USING (ItemID) WHERE `Type` = 'Game' AND FIND_IN_SET(:'Hexagonal',`Categories`) AND FIND_IN_SET(:'Hexagonal',`Categories`) AND `IsHidden` = 0 AND `Item`.`IsDeleted` = 0 AND `Language` = 'English' ORDER BY `LinkText` ASC LIMIT 500 OFFSET 0
- 3 Player Chess. On a large (217 hexagon) board.
- 3 to the 5. A 6-player variant on 3 overlapping 9x9 boards. (11x11x5, Cells: 455)
- 3-player Honeycomb Chess. A variant on a hex-prism board with the hex boards as levels instead of ranks to allow three players. (x5, Cells: 180)
- 4 Linepiece Hex Chess. Hex Chess with yet more kinds of radial path. (Cells: 91)
- 4D Hexagonal Chess. 4D analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess based on Hyperchess4. (5x5x19, Cells: 361)
- 6 Player Complex Allegiance Chess. Missing description
- A9 HexaChess (Imperial Grand HexaChess). Large variant of Grand Hexachess. (Cells: 169)
- AltOrth Hex Chess. Hexagonal variant using pieces moving only one way along each orthogonal. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- AltOrth with Further Piece Types. Extending the AltOrth interpretation of hex cells to further variants. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- AltOrth with Hopping and Crooked pieces. Extending the AltOrth interpretation of hex cells to further variants. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Anglojewish Chess. Hexagonal Chess with pieces following curved paths. (Cells: 91)
- Antarctic Chess or Predators and Penguins. Penguins seek safety at the ice-pack's centre. Can the Predators stop them? (Cells: 295)
- Armies of Faith 2: Later Antiquity. The second in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (10x10x5, Cells: 245)
- Armies of Faith 3: Assimilation. The third in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (x5, Cells: 350)
- Armies of Faith 6: After Empire. The last in a series of 3d variants themed on various religions of history. (x5, Cells: 370)
- Asteryx Chess. Hexagonal chess played on an asterisk-shaped board. (Cells: 43)
- Atlantean Coffee House Shatranj. Grand Hexagonal Shatranj - the short-range project goes six-sided. (13x13, Cells: 127)
- Battle of the Diagonals. Each player uses the three kinds of diagonal in different ways. (9x9x6, Cells: 270)
- Cascudo. On 44-square hexagonal board with turns consisting of cascade of moves. (Cells: 44)
- Chassyrinth. A 'color-attribute' based hexagonal chess variant.
- Chesh. 3 player, hexagonal chess.
- Chess Variants of Sándor Nagy. Link to Hungarian web page.
- Chessex. Hexagonal chess variant for two or three players. (Cells: 169)
- Chevron Ranks. Pieces use the "ranks" based on the Glinkshy/McCooey analogues to FIDE Pawn ranks. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Chexs. Chess for two to six persons on hexagonal board.
- cHEXx. Multiplayer chess variant on hexagonal board. (Cells: 211)
- chexx. Another variant of hexagonal chess. (Cells: 63)
- Color Chess. Link to Hungarian web page.
- Compact Hex Chess. 2 normal hex armies on a board reduced to sides of length 5. (9x9, Cells: 61)
- Complex Allegiance Chess (6 player). Missing description
- Corrugated Chess. A minimally-3d answer to the problem of symmetric-array 9-file variants. (9x8, Cells: 72)
- Cyclohex. 3-player round hex variant. (24x5, Cells: 120)
- Dagger Chess. Hexagonal variant on board with 39 squares. (Cells: 39)
- Diminuendo Chess. Hexagonal variant: captured pieces are dropped in the center and diminished, not removed. (7x8, Cells: 43)
- Echexs. Hexagonal variant for three or six players.
- Falcon Hexagonal Chess. The Falcon into the Hexagonal world. (Cells: 121)
- Flatstar. A fusion of two Jewish-themed variants. (13x10)
- Fool's Hexagonal Chess. designed to be a close (the closest?) hexagonal equivalent to orthodox chess. (Cells: 96)
- Full house hexagonal chess. Game with 50 pieces. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Geodesic Chess. Variation of hexagonal chess on a geodesic sphere with a few new pieces added.
- Geodesic Chess. Variation of hexagonal chess on a geodesic sphere with a few new pieces added. (Cells: 279)
- Glinski's Hexagonal Chess. Chess on a board made out of hexagons. (Cells: 91) (Recognized!)
- Grand Hexachess. Large hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 127)
- Gyokugi. Extends chevron ranks to analogues of Shogi generals, named after individual jewels. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Haynie's Hexagonal Chess. Experimental hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 91)
- Hepta. Hexagonal clan-based game played with Icehouse pieces. (Cells: 174)
- Heroes Hexagonal Chess. Hexagonal variant with special Hero piece which enhances other pieces. (Cells: 84)
- Heroes Hexagonal Chess version 2. Updated version of Heroes Hexagonal Chess in 91 hexes. (Cells: 91)
- Hex Besiege. Two slightly modified McCooey sets placed b(l)ack to b(l)ack. (11x21, Cells: 187)
- Hex Dragonal Chess. Based on an idea by Jeremy Good this CV has horizontal rows of hexes and an unusual set of directions,. (13x13, Cells: 127)
- Hex Frontofhouse. Captured hex pieces return with only their forward moves. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Hex Horngi. To hex cells what Mitregi is to square ones and Tunnelshogi to cubic ones. (Cells: 91)
- Hex Shogi. A new family of hexagonal Shogi variants.
- Hex Shogi 41. Hexagonal shogivariant on board with 41 squares. (Cells: 41)
- Hex Shogi 81. A hexagonal Shogi variant on an 81-space board. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Hex Shogi 91. A hexagonal Shogi variant on a 91-space board. (Cells: 91)
- Hex39. Hexagonal chess variant on small board with simple rules. (Cells: 39)
- Hexa Decimal. Larger hexagonal chess variant. (11x11, Cells: 90)
- Hexabeast. Hexagonal chess variant with six animal pieces, by Ivan A. Derzhanski. (Cells: 70)
- Hexagonal Chess . Half-century old hexagonal chess variant from Soviet Union.
- Hexagonal Chess, Glinski's. Chess on a board made out of hexagons. (Cells: 91) (Recognized!)
- Hexagonal Chess, Haynie's. Experimental hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 91)
- Hexagonal chess, McCooey's. Chess on a board, made out of hexes. Variant of Dave McCooey. (Cells: 91) (Recognized!)
- Hexagonal Hole Chess. Hexagonal variant using new pieces, holes, and barriers. (Cells: 91)
- Hexagonal Iss Jetan. Missing description (7x13, Cells: 127)
- Hexagonal Raumschach. Three dimensional analogue of Glinski's Hexagonal Chess, based on Raumschach. (7x7x5, Cells: 185)
- Hexagonal Round Chess. Combined Byzantine Chess with Rex Chess. (9x9, Cells: 81)
- Hexajedrez. Variation of Dave McCooey's Hexagonal Chess. (Cells: 91)
- HexCaïssa. Each player has four pieces on hexagonal board with disappearing squares. (Cells: 61)
- Hexcetran Chess. Hexagonal variant starting from random setups. (Cells: 91)
- Hexchess. Another hexagonal chess variant with closer resemblance to orthodox chess. (Cells: 69)
- HexChess-Kirby's. Missing description (Cells: 313)
- Hexes Chess . Link: Hexagonal Chess in 54 hexes, using orthodox pieces. Includes enhanced Pawn movement and castling. The board is elongated.&.
- Hexes Compressed Chess . Link: This version of Hexagonal Chess has rotated cells so that the angles point up and down.
- Hexetera. Small hexagonal variant with some elements of Chinese Chess. (Cells: 44)
- Hexgi. A Wellisch-style hex interpretation of Shogi, with "officers" using selected orthogonals. (Cells: 91)
- Hexiang Qi. Hexagonal Variant of Xiang Qi. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Hexmate. A two-player variant on a hex board made up of 127, 3-color hexagons. (Cells: 127)
- Hexofen. 91-cell hexagonal variant with three knights and parallel pawn rows.
- Hibryd III. An exotic three-player variant played on a board of 42 hexes with multiple victory conditions. (Cells: 42)
- HiveQueen. Missing description (Cells: 61)
- Honeycomb Chess. This variant uses a board of hex-prism cells and two sets of FIDE pieces. (Cells: 120)
- Honeycomb goes East. Shogi and Xiang Qi on a Hex-prism board. (16x9, Cells: 144)
- Honeycomb Minishogi. Hex-prism version of 3d Minishogi, with compulsory setup phase. (4x5x4, Cells: 50)
- Horn Rimmed Hex 1: 91 to 127. Start of hex analogue to the Mitred Framing series. (13x13, Cells: 127)
- Horn Rimmed Hex 2: 61 to 91. Continuation of hex analogue to the Mitred Framing series. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Hourglass Hex Chess. 2 overlapping triangles form a hex board of just over FIDE size. (9x9, Cells: 65)
- Hourglass Honeycomb Chess. 2 overlapping triangular prisms form a hex-prism board maximising the King's choice of Castling. (7x7x7, Cells: 280)
- ImmortalStarMasters. Multiplayer, hexagonal board for chess and checker games.
- Imperial Hex Chess. Smaller hexagonal variant with new pieces. (Cells: 75)
- King's Color. Pieces move depending if they are on the same color squares as the king in hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 91)
- Koval's Hexagonal Chess. A new way to play chess on hexagonal cells.
- Kyoto Shogi and Hex Kyoto Shogi . Small shogi variants. (Link.).
- Lengthleaper Hex Chess. The hex-prism geometry has surprisingly many equal-length compound leapers. (6x9x4, Cells: 136)
- Lions and Dragons Chess. Hexagonal variant. Dragons carry a ball to the goal while Wizards avoid capture. (Cells: 84)
- Liu Yang. Hexagonal analogue to Yang Qi. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Masonic Chess. Game played on a Masonic tile board.
- Mathewson's Hexagonal Chess. Glinski Hexagonal chess, but with different layout.
- McCooey's Hexagonal chess. Chess on a board, made out of hexes. Variant of Dave McCooey. (Cells: 91) (Recognized!)
- McGlinWell. Combining elements of three long-standing forms of hex Chess. (Cells: 91)
- Megastar of David. Enlarged version of Star of David 2 Level Hex Chess. (x2, Cells: 182)
- Metapontum . Cooperative chessvariant on hexagonal board.
- Metapontum Peace Chess. Metapontum Peace Chess cooperative chess game.
- Mi Arena Chex. Hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 79)
- Mini HexChess. Small hexagonal chess variant. (Cells: 37)
- Mixed Radial Hex Chess. Hexagonal analogue to Nimrod Chess. (9x9, Cells: 61)
- Narrassetch. Hexagonal chess game playable with ordinary chess set.
- Narrassetch (70 and 91 hex versions). Hexagonal chess game playable with ordinary chess set.
- Nearlydouble Hex Chess. Applying the Nearlydouble principle to Wellisch and McCooey Chess. (15x15, Cells: 169)
- OctHex 146. Arranging the geometry of Tetrahedral Chess into an octahedron. (Cells: 146)
- Panal: a hexagonal chess. A double-royal piece variant on a 61-hex board. (Cells: 61)
- Panoply. A large hexagonal game with unusual pieces.
- Peanut Chess. Hexagonal chess variant with board in shape of peanut. (Cells: 38)
- Plattraum. 2d variant which, like Raumschach in 3d, has three basic long-range pieces. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Proto Prelates. An Armies of Faith offshoot adding Bishop compounds named after pre-Christian religious titles. (10x10x6, Cells: 294)
- Quantimex. Principles of Quantum Mechanics applied to Ultima on an hexagonal board. (Cells: 91)
- Rectahex Chesss. A chess variant that looks like hexagonal chess but can be played on a normal chess board. (8x8, Cells: 64)
- Regenbogen. Unusual spectrum-based game with Wizards, Clerics and Spirits. (Cells: 44)
- Rex . Six Direction Chess.
- REX Hexagonal Chess. Six Direction Chess. (Cells: 85)
- Ringworld Chess. Themed hex variant differentiating opposite directions along orthogonals. (Cells: 198)
- Rose chess. Hexagonal chess variant, with additional variants, from St Albans, UK. (Cells: 91)
- Round Honeycomb Chess. A cross between Circular/Cylindrical Chess and Hexagonal Chess. (9x11, Cells: 99)
- Siege chess. A hexagonal three-player chess variant. (Cells: 192)
- Sinojewish Chess. Hexagonal approximate analogue to Wildeurasian Qi. (13x13, Cells: 127)
- Snowflake Xiang Qi. A better Xiang Hex. (Cells: 140)
- Square and hex on same board. Missing description (16x8, Cells: 128)
- Star of David 2 Level Hex Chess. An AOF offshoot on two side-10 triangles opposite ways round. (x2, Cells: 110)
- Stations. Missing description (9x5, Cells: 61)
- Stelliform 6 player Chess. Stellisch from Wellisch, Stellicorn from Revergent, and Stellgi and Hexgi. (17x17, Cells: 121)
- StrataChess v1.0. separate Strategic and Tactical gameplay. 2-6 players. Element of Chance. Terrain. Build your own armies.
- Sunflower HexChess. Hexagonal Chess in-the-round. (Cells: 120)
- Tetrahedral Chess. Three dimensional variant with board in form of tetrahedron. (x7, Cells: 84)
- Tetrahedral Shogi and Tetrahedral Hexgi. Shogi-based 3d variants on an enlargement of the Tetrahedral Chess board. (9x9x9, Cells: 165)
- Three Player Chess. On a large (217 hexagon) board.
- Three Player Hex Shogi 91. a hexagonal Shogi variant for three players. (Cells: 91)
- Threehex. Hexagonal variant for three players.
- Tiger Lily Chess. hexagonal chess on a board inspired by a flower. (6x12, Cells: 72)
- Toccata. A hexagonal variant inspired of Maxima. (Cells: 76)
- Trebuqi. Hex variant using pieces selected for their similarity to Xiang Qi ones. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- Treyshah. A commercial three-player hexagonal variant with 23 pieces a side. (Cells: 210)
- Triangle chess. Link to Hungarian web page.
- TriChess . is a hexogonal, three player variant, created and distributed by PrimeChess Oy.
- Trihex. Three-player hexagonal variant with extra pieces. (Cells: 127)
- TriMac 3 Friends. Hexagonal Game of 3 Friends. (Cells: 207)
- TriMac HexChess. Hexagonal XiangQi. (Cells: 135)
- Trios Hex Chess. Filling Glinsky-size camps with extra pieces. (11x11, Cells: 91)
- TRiPLiCiTY. Three player hexagonal chess variant. (11x11, Cells: 111)
- Triss. Hexagonal chess variant for three players. (Cells: 102)
- Trissa. A Rococo-inspired hexagonal variant for three players with an unusual flavor. (10x10, Cells: 55)
- Ultimate Hexagonal Chess. Hexagonal chess that has no equal.
- Witch's Chess . Two or three player hexagonal variant.
- Xiang Hex. Missing description (9x7, Cells: 79)