Katarenga is a two-player abstract comprised of a variable board, 16 pawns, and rules of movement derived from Chess. Every pawn’s move is governed by the colour of the square it moves away from (red = rook, yellow = bishop, green = knight, blue = king). For every game the board is constructed from four double-sided quarterboards, each of which can be placed either way up and any way round, yielding a total of over 24,000 different 8x8 boards. In the basic game your goal is to get two of your pawns to the opposite side without being captured. The same equipment may be used for playing a variety of other games with the same rules of movement and capture. Can you come up with more?