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*[[Steam Games Missing Linux Ports]] - games on Steam that have a Linux port (native or not) available in any official sources elsewhere.
 
*[[Steam Games Missing Linux Ports]] - games on Steam that have a Linux port (native or not) available in any official sources elsewhere.
 
*[[Unreleased Ports]] - Promised Linux ports that are currently missing in action, also a list of cancelled Linux ports.
 
*[[Unreleased Ports]] - Promised Linux ports that are currently missing in action, also a list of cancelled Linux ports.
*[[List of crowdfunding games]] - Lists of crowdfunding projects related to Linux gaming.
 
 
*[[Games broken on Mesa]] - Games currently broken on the open source Mesa drivers
 
*[[Games broken on Mesa]] - Games currently broken on the open source Mesa drivers
 
*[[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

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