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Revision as of 16:52, 1 December 2020

This is an early-in-progress manual list of games known to have ARM executables on Linux, and are thus believed to work on Raspberry Pi, BBC Micro Bit, and similar microcomputers without a need for emulators; as well as on Linux installations on mobile phones.

Notes:

  • Games are believed to support both 32-bit and 64-bit ARM, unless otherwise is specified in paranthesis below.
  • Games relying on ScummVM, RetroPie, or Box86 are excluded. ECWolf is included for the time being.

Native support

Includes games whose native support is offered by distros and not the actual game developers.

Source ports

Other types of hackable support

References

  1. How to setup Minecraft 1.15.2 on Pi4 - last accessed on 2020-11-21
  2. Linux game installation guide - last accessed on 2020-12-01