x86 CPU architecture
Requires or runs on x86-based CPUs.
The first video game about x86 CPU architecture was released in 1979.
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 groupProcessor architectures
Child groupsx86-64 CPU, x86-16 CPU, 486DX CPU, 386DX CPU, 8086 CPU, 8088 CPU, 586 CPU, 286 CPU, x86-32 CPU
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