Tygem Global client

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Application Details:

Version: Latest
License: Free to use
Votes: 0
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 2.19

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What works

Playing Go.

What does not

Opening browser from the client.



  1. You need a working Windows installation of Tygem.
  2. Use Wine 32-bit.
  3. Install: mfc42 (e.g. winetricks)
  4. Run the downloaded installer. Installation should work now.
  5. Run  InstallTygem.exe.
  6. Copy the following files from the Windows installation into the Wine installation: lb_board.dll and lb_sound.dll.
  7. Run TygemGlobal.exe to start the client.

Have fun.

What was not tested

Betting and such.

Hardware tested


  • GPU: Nvidia
  • Driver: proprietary

Additional Comments

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
CurrentDebian GNU/Linux 9.x "Stretch" x86_64Oct 18 20172.19No, but has workaround Yes YesGoldPatrick Holthuizen 
ShowArch Linux x86_64Mar 11 20172.3Yes Yes GoldAdrian Petrescu 
ShowLinux Mint 18.1Jan 29 20172.0Yes Yes Golddrew 
ShowMac OS X 10.11 "El Capitan"Jan 01 20161.8Yes Yes SilverPaul Kunysch 
ShowUbuntu 14.04 "Trusty" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Oct 26 20151.7.50No Not installable Garbagean anonymous user 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes

For best results, run in Korean Locale

Although Tygem will run just fine in a default en_US locale, you will get much more aesthetically pleasant results by running it in a Korean one. This isn't just because the various Korean/Japanese/Chinese usernames will actually show up properly, but also because a lot of the buttons and dialogs were sized expecting the somewhat-wider CJK fonts even for English text. Everything just looks a lot more polished in the Korean locale.

With that in mind, here are the steps to be taken:

  1. Install the cjkfonts package with:

    $ WINEPREFIX=~/.wine winetricks cjkfonts
  2. Make sure you have generated the Korean locales. In Arch Linux or Ubuntu, you can do this by editing /etc/locale.gen and making sure the following lines:

    ko_KR.UTF-8 UTF-8

    are present and un-commented. Then, run sudo locale-gen.
  3. When running Tygem, make sure LC_ALL="ko_KR" is set (though you probably want to do this in the .desktop file or script you use to launch Tygem with, rather than setting LC_ALL globally, since that would set your locale to Korean for all your programs).


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by Juan on Thursday September 28th 2017, 15:45
Just a quick note that Tygem doesnt seem to work on 64-bit wine, you have be use 32-bit. Here's some instructions that were useful to me:

Install 32bit wine and run:

$ WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX="/home/example/.wine32" wineboot
$ WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX="/home/example/.wine32" winetricks --gui
- Select the default wineprefix -> validate
- Install a windows DLL or component -> validate
- Check mfc42 box -> validate
- Then cancel until out of application
$ WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX="/home/example/.wine32" wine TygemGlobalSetup.exe
$ cd .wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/TygemGlobal/
$ WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX="/home/example/.wine32" wine TygemGlobal.exe
$ if failure : WINEARCH="win32" WINEPREFIX="/home/example/.wine32" winedbg InstallTygem.exe