x86 CPU architecture

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Requires or runs on x86-based CPUs.

1527
games
20
platforms

The first video game about x86 CPU architecture was released in 1979.

New Breed Software, Electronic Arts and Sekai Project has published most of these games

Any game that doesn't specify beyond x86 CPU, which usually refers to 686 (P6/Pentium Pro, K6, etc) though actual instruction sets used are likely something far more advanced than those CPUs supported.

Parent group

Processor architectures

Child groups

x86-64 CPU, x86-16 CPU, 486DX CPU, 386DX CPU, 8086 CPU, 8088 CPU, 586 CPU, 286 CPU, x86-32 CPU

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Platforms

Linux 677
BeOS 284
Mac OS X 255
NeXT 94
Windows 72
BSD 58
Unix 24
Solaris 24
Win3.1 9
OS/2 8
MS-DOS 8
DEC PDP-1 2
Pandora 2
Mac OS Classic 2
Xbox One 2
PS4 2
Amiga 1
Android 1
iOS 1
Atari Falcon 1

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