YSoccer – retro style, multi-platform soccer game

YSoccer is a football (soccer) game in the style of Sensible World of Soccer (SWOS).

It is a project which intends to create a fun game with the gameplay and the style of the well known SWOS. The programmers are also adding features that were missed in that game such as volleys and bicycle kicks.

YSoccer is the successor to Yoda Soccer.

Features include:

  • Preset competitions with random or preset calendar.
  • Custom competitions: leagues, cups.
  • Automatic and fixed player(s) control mode.
  • Weather effects: rain, snow, fog, wind.
  • Automatic adaptation to screen resolution.
  • Replay and slow-motion.
  • Highlights.
  • Training mode.
  • Worldwide database.
  • Import / export in SWOS 96/97 format.
  • Teams and players editor.
  • Team customization: 21 standard kit styles, custom charsets.
  • Player customization: 10 skins colors and more than 40 different hair cuts.
  • Tactics editor.
  • Multi-platform – runs under Linux, OS X, and Windows.

Website: ysoccer.sourceforge.net
Support: SourceForge Project Page
Developer: Massimo Modica, Daniele Giannarini, Marco Modica
License: GNU GPL v2

YSoccer

YSoccer is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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