Andreas Koch - 06/07/2019
I had the tape version of this program. There was an introduction (or demonstration) on tape side A, consisting of one Basic program and audio/speech. The Basic program was fully loaded at the start, but showed only a part of the introduction. It was waiting for some short pulses of the tape and would then present the next part. However, this side of the tape was for introduction and demonstration purpose only, it was not playable (as a game) in any way. Whereas tape side B did contain the game (fully playable) and no audio/speech at all. So, saying that the main game requires the audio cassette is a bit questionable to me, only the introduction on side A does require the audio, the game / main program on side B does not.
I made a recording of the audio/speech of tape Side A and uploaded it as MP3 to Atari Age forum, one can download it there...
Marilyn Melton - 05/07/2019
If you are still looking for a copy of a game called Sammy the Sea Serpent I know where they claim to have a copy. Please contact me as I wrote a fantasy series called Sammy the Sea Serpent before I discovered the existence of the game. My characters are unique and I would like to discuss the possibility of a new game featuring my characters. You can either contact me via email or call me at 832-855-0448.
I put a video on youtube of this game...
Cassette side 1 "Story Of Sammy" :
andrew fortmeier - 24/06/2011
I am Kathy Fortmeier's son. As you can see my sister and I have been searching for this game. Please email me if anyone knows how to obtain a copy of this game. email@example.com
My mom was Kathy Fortmeier, and she created this game. She unfortunately passed away after fighting ovarian cancer when she was quite young. I'd *LOVE* to have a copy of this game for sentimental purposes. If you have it, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
I may have original software for this. Does anyone need a copy?
i used to love this game as a kid. i remember having to wait for what seemed like an eternity for the atari tape drive to load the program. i wish it was available for download--unfortunately i don't have the original tape anymore. :o(