History VideoGame / Seaman

13th Aug '17 2:00:53 PM Zuxtron
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* DevelopersForesight: A handful of the things Seaman can respond to, and a few cases of him remembering an old response you made to throw back at you later [[spoiler: such as [[RuleThirtyFour if you brought up you looked up porn on the internet]], and you answer you like the internet uncensored later, he'll remark that freedom of speech on the internet will at least get the pervert vote.]]



* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: A handful of the things Seaman can respond to, and a few cases of him remembering an old response you made to throw back at you later [[spoiler: such as [[RuleThirtyFour if you brought up you looked up porn on the internet]], and you answer you like the internet uncensored later, he'll remark that freedom of speech on the internet will at least get the pervert vote.]]
2nd Jun '17 7:42:31 PM Segal991
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* DeadpanSnarker: Seaman

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* DeadpanSnarker: SeamanSeaman loves to snark at the player.


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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: The Seaman may act obnoxious, but once you bond with him, his softer side will emerge.
27th Apr '17 10:53:44 AM Xeno-chao
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** There is also a stage beyond Frogman that only exists in the japan-only PS2 remake of the game, the '''Lizardman''' that resembles a green lizard with a human face. This creature is created when the two Frogmen mate, producing a single egg that hatches into the juvenile Lizardman. It seems that the Lizardman has become a purely land-dwelling creature. Once the Lizardman reaches adulthood it goes off on its own, much like the Frogmen in the original game.
** The '''Birdman''' appears in Seaman 2 as a seagull with a human face, and human legs. In this form Seaman appears to be completely independent and no longer in need of care. It is unknown how this stage is reached.
28th Mar '17 12:34:27 AM MJTrooper
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* ExcretementStatement: Seaman will sometimes throw dung at the screen if he's annoyed.

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* ExcretementStatement: ExcrementStatement: Seaman will sometimes throw dung at the screen if he's annoyed.
20th Mar '17 11:29:49 AM MJTrooper
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* DungFu: Seaman will sometimes throw dung at the screen if he's annoyed.

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* DungFu: ExcretementStatement: Seaman will sometimes throw dung at the screen if he's annoyed.
20th Mar '17 11:19:46 AM MJTrooper
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* DungFu: Seaman will sometimes throw dung at the screen if he's annoyed.
28th Sep '16 12:24:06 AM jormis29
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You play as a pet owner who had decided to adopt a new, unknown species dubbed "Seaman" by scientist and discoverer, Jean Paul Gasse. The titular creature is a fish-like animal [[spoiler: gradually evolving into a frog-like creature]] with a human face who would eventually be able to talk with you. You start out with a handful of food pellets and a seaman egg to start with where you must hatch the egg and raise the resulting seaman [[spoiler: or rather, sea''men'']] to maturity. You are tasked with checking up on it to make sure it has enough air in its tank, the environment is warm and that they are fed, and eventually you'll be able to converse with the seaman and be asked various questions as you raise it. Although [[TrialAndErrorGameplay you are left to figure out how to raise the seaman on your own]], Nimoy will also give you general hints and tips as you check in on your seaman.

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You play as a pet owner who had decided to adopt a new, unknown species dubbed "Seaman" by scientist and discoverer, Jean Paul Gasse. The titular creature is a fish-like animal [[spoiler: gradually evolving into a frog-like creature]] [[BeastWithAHumanFace with a human face face]] who would eventually be able to talk with you. You start out with a handful of food pellets and a seaman egg to start with where you must hatch the egg and raise the resulting seaman [[spoiler: or rather, sea''men'']] to maturity. You are tasked with checking up on it to make sure it has enough air in its tank, the environment is warm and that they are fed, and eventually you'll be able to converse with the seaman and be asked various questions as you raise it. Although [[TrialAndErrorGameplay you are left to figure out how to raise the seaman on your own]], Nimoy will also give you general hints and tips as you check in on your seaman.



* BizarreAlienBiology / [[BizarreAlienReproduction Reproduction]]: Aside from the fact that Seaman is, iconically, a fish with a human face capable of human speech, the life cycle and ecosystem is, as the WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd describes it, more complex than [[Film/{{Alien}} xenomorphs]].

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* BizarreAlienBiology / [[BizarreAlienReproduction Reproduction]]: Aside from the fact that Seaman is, iconically, a [[BeastWithAHumanFace fish with a human face face]] capable of human speech, the life cycle and ecosystem is, as the WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd describes it, more complex than [[Film/{{Alien}} xenomorphs]].
28th Sep '16 12:14:11 AM Sabrewing
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''Seaman'' is a virtual-pet-raising game released for the Sega Dreamcast in Japan in 1999 and localized in 2000. It was [[UpdatedRerelease re-released]] [[NoExportForYou for Japan]] as ''Christmas Seaman'' and again as a Playstation 2 port. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen There were also plans for a PC release that allowed Seaman to interact with and manipulate your desktop and e-mails,]] [[DummiedOut but it was eventually cancelled.]] A sequel was also released, [[NoExportForYou again, only in Japan]], for the Playstation 2. The game was one of the few in the Dreamcast library to take advantage of the microphone. It also features narration from Creator/LeonardNimoy in the English version.

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''Seaman'' is a virtual-pet-raising game developed by Vivarium and published by Creator/{{Sega}}, released for the Sega Dreamcast in Japan in 1999 and localized in 2000. It was [[UpdatedRerelease re-released]] [[NoExportForYou for Japan]] as ''Christmas Seaman'' and again as a Playstation 2 port. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen There were also plans for a PC release that allowed Seaman to interact with and manipulate your desktop and e-mails,]] [[DummiedOut but it was eventually cancelled.]] A sequel was also released, [[NoExportForYou again, only in Japan]], for the Playstation 2. The game was one of the few in the Dreamcast library to take advantage of the microphone. It also features narration from Creator/LeonardNimoy in the English version.
27th Aug '16 5:51:07 PM saynightnight
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* FriendlyTickleTorture: You can subject your seaman to this. [[TheStoic Considering seaman, his laughter is more calmer than other examples of this trope.]]

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* FriendlyTickleTorture: You can subject your seaman to this. [[TheStoic Considering seaman, his laughter is more calmer calm than other examples of this trope.]]
2nd Aug '16 11:51:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* BizarreAlienBiology / [[BizarreAlienReproduction Reproduction]]: Aside from the fact that Seaman is, iconically, a fish with a human face capable of human speech, the life cycle and ecosystem is, as the AngryVideoGameNerd describes it, more complex than [[Film/{{Alien}} xenomorphs]].

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* BizarreAlienBiology / [[BizarreAlienReproduction Reproduction]]: Aside from the fact that Seaman is, iconically, a fish with a human face capable of human speech, the life cycle and ecosystem is, as the AngryVideoGameNerd WebVideo/AngryVideoGameNerd describes it, more complex than [[Film/{{Alien}} xenomorphs]].
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