Category: Main Games Online (MMORPG) Games Voyage Century Online 0.39 (+old v1.21 upgraded)

Voyage Century Online

Voyage Century is the first 3D Nautical Online Game in history, which combines the strategy, trade and role-play. You can download the client on the official website of Voyage Century or other cooperated websites that released on the official site. The Client is about 1.12G in total.

Application Details:

Version: 0.39 (+old v1.21 upgraded)
License: Free to use
URL: http://www.voyagecenturyonline...
Votes: 3
Latest Rating: Gold
Latest Wine Version Tested: 1.1.0

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Test Results

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What works

The game installs and is playable.

What does not

Graphical glitches. On some dialogs, I get pink text. Some buttons are too big and overflow the boundaries of the dialog windows. Some buttons are too big and cover up text (mostly in display settings). There are grid lines in the water. When playing without a virtual desktop and not playing full screen (so you have a 1024x768 window in the middle of your desktop) the mouse does not lock to the boundary of the window making movement frustrating (even with the 'Allow DirectX apps to stop the mouse leaving their window' setting on). Shadows flicker and has lines going through them. Playing fullscreen kind of looks fuzzy compared to native XP. Login screen does not focus on the news items like it does in native XP. You have to scroll down to see them. Had to turn off 'Allow the window manager to control the windows' so that the gnome panels don't show on top of the screen.

Tested with and without compiz running and the results are the same.


What was not tested

I think I got everything.

Hardware tested


  • GPU:
  • Driver:

Additional Comments

While there are graphical glitches and a few minor issues still, this game is fully playable at near native XP speed. Would be nice to get the remaining issues polished.

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Operating systemTest dateWine versionInstalls?Runs?Used
ShowUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Sep 29 20081.1.0Yes Yes Goldan anonymous user 
CurrentUbuntu 8.04 "Hardy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)May 13 20081.0-rc1Yes Yes Platinuman anonymous user 
ShowopenSUSE 10.3Apr 27 20080.9.60Yes Yes Platinuman anonymous user 
ShowUbuntu 7.10 "Gutsy" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Mar 11 20080.9.57.Yes Yes Platinum©TriMoon® 
ShowUbuntu 7.10 "Gutsy" i386 (+ variants like Kubuntu)Feb 27 20080.9.55.Yes Yes PlatinumJohnathan 

Known Bugs

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HowTo / Notes

Here are a few simple steps, 10 like the bible lol, that will get you up and playing VCO in Wine.
  1. Install wine :)
    For Ubuntu, Debian, and Debian-based distributions follow the how-to on WineHQ specialy written for these.
    You can find that how-to here: Wine for Debian based distributions
  2. Start a console session to get a command prompt.
    Type "winecfg" and press enter, you will soon be presented with a window to set your configuration options for wine.
    This step will also create your initial "~/.wine" directory.
    Press Apply then ok to save your configuration settings.
    Below is what I prefer to set, you're preference might be different:
    • Applications:
      Windows XP as windows version to run.
    • Graphics:
      Emulate a virtual desktop checked, with desktop size set to 1024, 768
    • Drives:
      Clicking Autodetect once.
    • Audio:
      Clicking Test Sound once. You should hear a sound now.
      This didn't work yet in previous versions of wine but does now :)
  3. Increase the video memory size by creating a .reg file as mentioned in my note 256Kb-VideoSize.reg
    After you have created that .reg file open the registry editor by issueing the command "wine regedit" in the console.
    Now import the file you just created in regedit.
  4. Download VCO, if you have not yet done so,
    (For addy see the info of this application here at Wine AppDB, the one you're reading now.)
    You can use an old installer like voyagecenturyonline1.21.exe if you still happen to have that, i prefer this one because it won't have the security code input box after the updates finish :)
  5. Install VCO by running the installer straight from the console or file-browser, your system should automaticaly start wine to run this installer.
    Use all default settings.
    (I choose to check the 2 checkboxes displayed to create the shortcuts also.)
  6. Now is a good time to do some other things like getting coffee because this will take some time.
  7. Unclick the checkbox infront of Show this dialog next time in the Update Server window of VCO to skip this screen on next runs.
  8. Click Install when asked to install the Wine Gecko, this will enable the Internet Explorer of wine, which will be used to display server messages and to change the button after updates.
    See step 6 again :)
  9. Let VCO do it´s Auto-Update.
    See step 6 again :)
  10. You should be ready to login and play the game now!
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