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*[[Games with recent fixes in Mesa]] - Games that previously had issues with Mesa and were fixed (above list migrates to this one gradually).
 
*[[Games with recent fixes in Mesa]] - Games that previously had issues with Mesa and were fixed (above list migrates to this one gradually).
 
*[[Performance impact of Mesa glthread]] - Community maintained list of performance improvements and regressions of Mesa's OpenGL multithreading in popular games
 
*[[Performance impact of Mesa glthread]] - Community maintained list of performance improvements and regressions of Mesa's OpenGL multithreading in popular games
*[[DXVK Compatibility List]] - Status of various Direct3D 11 based games run through Wine+dxvk on Linux.
 
 
*[[Unity Games Working On Linux (User Ported)]] - Some Unity games that aren't released for Linux, but can be made to work on Linux manually. (Work in progress)
 
*[[Unity Games Working On Linux (User Ported)]] - Some Unity games that aren't released for Linux, but can be made to work on Linux manually. (Work in progress)
 
*[[Games that removed Linux support]] - A list of games where official Linux support was removed
 
*[[Games that removed Linux support]] - A list of games where official Linux support was removed

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