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.
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.