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Seaman

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  • User Score (5)
    8.8 8.8 from 5 reviewers
  • Expert Score (11)
    8.1 8.1 from 11 reviewers
  • Gameplay (7)
    8.1 8.1 from 7 reviewers
  • Graphics (4)
    6.5 6.5 from 4 reviewers
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    7.1 7.1 from 4 reviewers
  • Lastability (4)
    8.7 8.7 from 4 reviewers
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Seaman

Seaman is a virtual pet video game developed by Vivarium and Jellyvision, and published by Sega for Dreamcast as well as PlayStation 2. It was released for Dreamcast platform on July 29, 1999 in japan; August 8, 2000 in North America; and December 16, 1999 in Japan (Christmas version). It only enables single player mode.

Features

Seaman features ‘Seaman’, a form of freshwater fish which similarly look like a carp with a very lifelike human face. The game requires player to feed and care …

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Seaman

Seaman is a virtual pet video game developed by Vivarium and Jellyvision, and published by Sega for Dreamcast as well as PlayStation 2. It was released for Dreamcast platform on July 29, 1999 in japan; August 8, 2000 in North America; and December 16, 1999 in Japan (Christmas version). It only enables single player mode.

Features

Seaman features ‘Seaman’, a form of freshwater fish which similarly look like a carp with a very lifelike human face. The game requires player to feed and care for Seaman, while providing him with the company that he needs. The player is provided with an unhatched Seaman egg at the beginning of the game and through various terms of development and conditions develops and interacts with it. By using various buttons on the Dreamcast controller, the player controls all of the machinery and physical contact with the mysterious creature. The player is also provided with multiple Seamen for breeding and interaction purposes. Over the course of the game, it is required of the player to evolve their Seaman to different stages in its life cycle, eventually transforming into a frog-like creature outlined on the Disc's cover. There are 5 life stages of Seaman starting from Mushroomer, which it lacks a face or any verbal means of communication; Gillman, which features a humanoid face and small, fish-like body; Podfish, which is similar to that of the Gillman but more developed; Tadman, which look similar to matured tadpoles entering the frog stage; and Frogman, which it becomes an amphibious creature, with its humanoid face and a frog's body.

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