List of Linux games for uncommon architectures

From PCGamingWiki, the wiki about fixing PC games

This is a manual list of games known to have executables on Linux for architectures that are uncommon in gaming environments.

Notes:

  • Games relying on ScummVM, RetroPie, or Box86 are excluded.
  • x32 and 68k are listed leftmost, on the presumption that they are the most relevant in private gaming environments. The others are sorted by their order on Debian package info pages.

About architecture names:

  • Motorola 68k is also known as m68k or Motorola 68000.
  • DEC Alpha is usually simply known as "alpha".
  • HPPA is also known as PA-RISC.
  • MIPS is treated as any one of mipsel64, mipsel, or mips.
  • RISC-V 64 is usually simplified to riscv64.
  • System z is also known as s390x.
  • SH4 is also known as SuperH.
  • IA64 is also known as Itanium or IA-64.
Game x32 Motorola 68k DEC Alpha HPPA MIPS RISC-V 64 System z / S390x SH4 SPARC64 IA64/Itanium[1]
2048
CRRCSim
Cataclysm: Dark Days Ahead
Cube 2: Sauerbraten
Endless Sky
Extreme Tux Racer
Foobillard++
Frets on Fire
Gish
HyperRogue
Lugaru
MegaGlest
Minetest
NetHack
Neverball
Oolite
Open Surge
OpenArena
OpenTTD
Passage
Red Eclipse
Rise of the Triad: Dark War
Seven Kingdoms
SimCity (1989)
Simutrans
StepMania
Stunt Rally
SuperTuxKart
TORCS
Teeworlds
The Battle for Wesnoth
The Ur-Quan Masters
TripleA
Warzone 2100
Zork: The Great Underground Empire
Descent
Descent II
Diablo
Doom (1993)
Doom II: Hell on Earth
Final Doom
FreeSpace 2
Heretic
Heroes of Might and Magic II
Heroes of Might and Magic III
Hexen: Beyond Heretic
Quake
Quake II
Quake III Arena
Star Wars: Jedi Knight II - Jedi Outcast
Strife
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Tyrian
Return to Castle Wolfenstein

References

  1. Index of /debian/dists/wheezy - last accessed on 2021-08-08