Color Dreams, Inc.

Overview

Color Dreams, Inc. was a developer of unlicensed games for the NES. In the nineties, they launched the Bunch Games label, and in 1992 they reappeared with the subsidiary name Wisdom Tree, with a focus on Bible-inspired games.

Color Dreams left the video game industry in the mid-1990s and shifted its focus on developing closed-circuit television systems for businesses. Wisdom Tree has since spun off from its parent company, now mainly licensing its core Christian video game franchises to external developers.

Also Known As

  • Wisdom Tree, Inc. (from 1991 to present)

Games

Spiritual Warfare & Wisdom Tree Collection(2017)
Crystal Mines II: Buried Treasure(2003)
NIV Bible & the 20 Lost Levels of Joshua(1996)
Sunday Funday: The Ride(1995)
Bonus PC Pack(1995)
Super Noah's Ark 3-D(1994)
King James Bible For Use On Game Boy(1994)
Bible Buffet(1993)
Spiritual Warfare(1992)
Joshua & the Battle of Jericho(1992)
Crystal Mines II(1992)
Operation: Secret Storm(1991)
Bible Adventures(1991)
Exodus: Journey to the Promised Land(1991)
King of Kings: The Early Years(1991)
Secret Scout in the Temple of Demise(1991)
Pesterminator: The Western Exterminator(1990)
King Neptune's Adventure(1990)
Challenge of the Dragon(1990)
Menace Beach(1990)
Robodemons(1990)
Silent Assault(1990)
P'radikus Conflict(1990)
Crystal Mines(1989)
Raid 2020(1989)
Adventures of Captain Comic, The(1989)
Metal Fighter(1989)
Master Chu And The Drunkard Hu(1989)
Baby Boomer(1989)

Trivia

In 1990, Color Dreams created a sub-division of their company called Bunch Games to distribute what were determined to be their lower quality games, so as to not sully Color Dreams' already fragile reputation further.

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