Are 64-bit tablets incompatible?

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I've bought a cheap tablet (VisionBook 8q Plus) with Android 6 (64-bit) and an ARM Cortex-A53 (64-bit) processor. Half of games do not work there, they crash immediately after they start with:

"Failure to initialize! Your hardware does not support this application, sorry!" or simply "Unfortunately, the application XXX stopped working" (translation from Czech)

According to what I've read, the problem seems to be related to games and graphical programs based on the Unity engine (i.e. almost all games) in combination with the 64-bit processors. But is it true?

Are these "hardware incompatibility" problems caused by the 64-bit processor, by the Unity engine, or is it a problem caused by "incomplete" Android system on the tablet? If I buy another tablet with the same processor (because all cheap tablets with Android 6 seem to have this 64-bit processor), will I face the same problems?

I sent an e-mail question to the tablet manufacturer, but the haven't responded yet.
 

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