AMP itself runs natively on AArch64 / ARM64 systems - but most applications do not. Below are those that we have tested and got working in AMP in AArch64. AMP only supports ARM on Linux, there are no plans to introduce a native Windows ARM version at this moment in time.
Applications that only run using Cross-Platform eXecution (CPx) have a large performance overhead, and are not recommended on low-power ARM systems such as the Raspberry Pi and generally perform best on server-class hardware.
As a general rule, applications that run via Java or Mono can be made to run on ARM hardware without significant work.
Running applications in AMP on foreign platforms using the emulation layer is officially unsupported, and only provided on a best-effort basis. There is no resolution or support for this if an application does not function as intended.
|Minecraft - Java Edition||Runs normally using standard Java packages|
|Minecraft - Bedrock Edition||Runs using AMP CPx emulation|
|Factorio||Runs using AMP CPx emulation - Ubuntu 20.04 only, 22.04 incompatible|
|Valheim||Runs using AMP CPx emulation - CPx2 required|
Note from a community member:
Factorio runs fine with Ubuntu 20.04 but I could not get it to work on Ubuntu 22.04 - it crashes due
I tested it on a Pi and Oracle cloud (Aug 2022)