is an interactive virtual pet (with an attitude) for your Dreamcast. Perhaps the best thing about the game is the voice interaction. Included with the game, you can use the microphone to communicate with your Seaman
, in conversation or in instructions.
You start the game by setting up your habitat and adding some eggs. In a few days, the eggs will hatch. Once that happens, you have a baby fish(s) (with a human head). The fish grows up and eventually grows legs. Now this frog/man will eventually . well, I don't want to give it away. Let's just say you should never cross mate with seafood (as if I have to tell you that).
To have a successful Seaman (i.e. one who stays alive), you must feed him, talk to him, play with him, and regulate the oxygen, heat, and moisture.
The cool thing about Seaman is that he interacts with you. Be careful what you tell him, it may come back to haunt you. If you mistreat your Seaman, he will let you know. By asking questions, Seaman gets to know you. It remembers everything you say, and builds its own personality around that. If you get too bossy with your fish, he'll tell you just what he thinks about it. It really is a neat little game.