Wisdom Tree, formerly known as Color Dreams, is a video game development company founded in 1988. It used to make Unlicensed Games based on The Bible for the Nintendo Entertainment System and is still selling remastered versions of them.
Their official website can be found here.
Games by the company include:
As Color Dreams:
- Captain Comic (the NES port, 1989)
- Master Chu and the Drunkard Hu (1989)
- Menace Beach note (1990)
- Raid 2020 (1989)
- Secret Scout In The Temple Of Demise (1991)
As Wisdom Tree:
- Bible Adventures (1991)
- Bible Buffet (1993)
- Exodus (1991) (1991)
- King of Kings: The Early Years (1991)
- Spiritual Warfare (1992)
- Super 3D Noah's Ark (1994)
Tropes associated with the company:
- Loophole Abuse: In the NES days, Nintendo refused to let any store that sold Unlicensed Games carry their official products. Wisdom Tree circumvented this by selling their games in Christian bookstores, who didn't normally sell video games and therefore had nothing to fear about this ban. As an added bonus, Nintendo could not pursue legal action against Wisdom Tree without coming across as anti-Christian, which would anger the Moral Guardians and bring them loads of bad publicity.
- The Moral Substitute: Their games are often recognizable as pre-existing games with the content modified to appeal to a Christian audience. Spiritual Warfare is based on The Legend of Zelda, while Super 3D Noah's Ark is Wolfenstein 3-D with the graphics replaced.
- Pop Quiz: Most of their games contain multiple-choice questions about The Bible.