Since the very first mention of Roll Saga Baseball, we've had many requests by people interested in becoming an active and important part of the development process of the game. So, on October 1, 2016, we'll be officially launching the Roll Saga Baseball Developer Program, which has been designed to allow people the chance to be an important part of the creation process of new expansions and to get full credit and revenue as well.
Some of the opportunities that the program includes are:
As a developer, you'll receive full credit on all projects that you develop or collaborate on. This credit will extend throughout every medium in which the project is marketed.
Once your project is ready, whether it's a player season, umpire season, or stadium expansion, you'll get paid every time it sells -- either individually or as part of a package.
Being on the team also means that you get a special edition Developer's Box that not only has every component inside for developer-use, but is also packed with other tools and guides to assist you in your creations.
Communications & Collaborations
You'll be able to collaborate in real-time with other developers in the cloud or work solo at your own pace. We'll give you a professional email (email@example.com) and a dedicated phone number via our toll-free business service.
Alpha through Beta
As a team member, you'll also have exclusive access to other projects in development by other developers and creators. This exclusive access will extend to both Alpha and Beta projects.
Being a remote developer and collaborator puts you in charge of your own project and you'll set the hours consistent with any deadlines from your own location.
An Important Part
You'll not only be a part of the newest and most in-depth tabletop baseball game simulator, but you'll also be an integral part of its growth and success in the future.
How to Get Started
If you're ready learn more about how to get started being a developer, we're ready to give you the opportunity to develop new seasons, ballparks (modern or historical) and other expansions -- and get paid in the process.