The software is very young, so it's still full of bugs and incomplete (or missing) features.
What you do with for now:
- Launch a few Linux games (including Airline Tycoon Deluxe, Undertale, Not-A-Hero, Risk of Rain, HumandRessourcesMachine, WorldOfGoo,...)
- Launch some other stuffs (like Pico8...)
- Develop you patience
Note that Box86 is a 32bits apps exclusivelly. Because there is a direct mapping between ARM World and x86 World, both "sides" needs to be equivalent: so 32 bits (and little endian) only.
What the current version doesn't implement is: a debug, and a JIT.
A video of Airline Tycoon Deluxe on the Pandora
The Lack of JIT makes some games too slow to be playable for now, but because some ODroid have some serious horsepower (like the XU4), the situation is better with some games already playable.
Bit.Trip.Runner on the ODroid XU4
Neverwinter Night running on the ODroid XU4
Box86 is opensource, so contributions are welcome!
The home of box86 is here: https://github.com/ptitSeb/box86
For now, you need to build it yourself.