Free to play voxel MMORPG.

Application Details:

Version: Release
License: Free to use
Votes: 3
Latest Rating: Silver
Latest Wine Version Tested: 4.12.1

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What works

Generally works with DirectX renderer

  • Login and changing worlds
  • Wandering around, interacting with surroundings
  • Combat: attack, dodge, classes' abilities, item slots on R and T
  • Challenges
  • Special places (club worlds, shadow tower and the like)
  • Build mode
  • Cash shop
  • Various windows (inventory, equipment, collections, map and the like) and interactions with them
  • Chat: Interaction and various (everyday) commands (join, leave, whisper, etc.)
  • Settings and changing them (additional remarks on graphics settings in the extra comments

What does not

OpenGL rendering mode (game crashes, see extra comments)²

With DirectX:

  • Moderate graphics performance (20-30 fps on "Ultra", 30-50 fps on "Low") on a 64-bit prefix
  • Very poor performance on a 32-bit prefix (around 5 fps on all graphics settings)
  • Settings window, chat and compass are intransparent (white background) but are otherwise readable


What was not tested


Hardware tested


  • GPU: AMD
  • Driver: open source

Additional Comments

Tested on AMD Radeon RX580 8G OC with Mesa 18.1.7, kernel driver amdgpu on kernel version 4.18.10. Test results are for DirectX renderer, obviously.

Changing graphics settings make the game appear as if something went terribly wrong and it's about to crash (minimizes, maximizes, then minimizes again and so forth). Fixes itself after a few seconds and the graphics settings are being applied. All three window modes work otherwise.

Launching the game will trigger endless dialog windows telling that GLSL 1.50 is not supported, must be 1.10/20/30/40 or OGL ES. Forcing a specific OGL version via MESA_GL_VERSION_OVERRIDE=x.x throws "extension directive not allowed in the middle of a shader" dialogs instead (x.x meaning, the version does not matter, all the same).

  • winetricks d3dx9, 10, 11 doesn't improve performance at all or fix any display bugs, so it's not suggested as a workaround.
  • 32-bit prefix performs considerably worse than 64-bit, so use the latter.
  • To avoid the XP-only games issue set the Windows version to Windows 10 before installing Glyph.

selected in Test Results table below
Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowArch Linux x86_64Jul 25 20194.12.1Yes Yes NoSilverRobin Decker 
CurrentDebian GNU/Linux 10.x "Buster" x86_64Oct 30 20183.17Yes Yes NoSilverAlex S. 
ShowSlackware64 14.2 multilibMar 03 20183.0Yes Yes YesGoldJen 

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HowTo / Notes

Update March 3, 2018

As of March 3rd, 2018 the Trove application can be run on Linux Systems, but you will not be able to get past the splash-screen. 

The Trove application cannot be played due to the following reasons:

  • The way that the Glyph installer authenticates a Trove session requires that Trove is started by the Glyph launcher. Therefore, if you start the Trove executable file and are able to get Trove running, you will get an authentication error at the splash-screen.
  • Receive the most common error "This game requires at least Windows Vista to run." on clicking the "Install" button.
  • You are not running an Intel or AMD-based processor and cannot support 32-bit or/and 64-bit architectures.

1. How to get Trove Running on Linux


  •     A computer capable of running Windows. NOT WINE
  •     A Linux computer to test Trove on that has WINE INSTALLED (preferably the latest stable-build)
  •     Cloud-based storage or usb storage to transfer files
  1.     First, go over to your Windows computer and download and install the Glyph installer from
  2.     After you have Glyph installed, run Glyph and install Trove.
  3.     Now, navigate from your c: drive to Program Files (x86)
  4.     From here, find the folder named Glyph and copy it.
  5.     Either paste the Glyph folder onto your usb drive, or upload it to the cloud file service of your choice.
  6.     If you chose a usb drive, eject it safely from your Windows computer and insert it into the Linux computer you want to install Trove. If you used a cloud file service, download the the file from the cloud.
  7.     Wherever your Glyph file is located, copy and paste it into your folder Programs (x86) located in /.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)
  8. Now for the moment of truth, navigate to the Glyph folder, then in Games, Trove, and right-click on Trove.exe and select run with Wine.
  9. If Trove starts you've done everything properly, congratulations!

Once again, I'd like to note that you will not be able to get past the splash-screen, however this method is definitely a step in the right direction! 

As I continue development on this project, I will keep this page updated, thank you and have a beautiful evening!


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