Thank you Massimo, always a pleasure to help with the project
What's your feeling about YSoccer16?
I'm very glad to know that the project is actually alive and although I find really hard to control the game with the keyboard (maybe I'm a horrible player) I'm looking forward to play with a complete engine that includes proper tackles, headings, bicycle kicks, fouls and injuries. What is there is going in the right direction. The GUI improvements are a remarkable progress and I love the team editor because I'm always wondering what kind of databases or customizations could I make. The transition to JSON format has been a smart move and I'm sure it will help editors in the future. These are the features I check the most because sometimes I just want to play a quick match and forget about competitions.
On a more technical note I find it harder to compile the game being a Java project instead of a C one but I'm not a guy used to compile things so it could be my fault. The game runs smooth so in the end I don't care about the language.
I think the game has a great potential and that it is a pity that it is not your full-time job because I would love to have an ultimate open-source SWOS clone and be a small part of it
Definitely having the chance of tuning its look-and-feel is something I love.
My gratitude goes to the YSoccer team. Keep up the good work!