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Color Dreams was an American company formerly known for developing unlicensed games for the Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis, most of which gained a dubious reputation for their poor quality. In the early 1990s, they set up a subsidiary called Wisdom Tree, which repackaged older Color Dreams games for the Christian market. Four of their games would be brought to the Genesis before Color Dreams left the video game business in the 1990s. Wisdom Tree has since been spun off from Color Dreams following the latter's shift to digital camera production.
While Wisdom Tree remains active today through licensing rights to their games to various companies, Color Dreams left the video game business in 1996 to focus on digital camera development, now trading as StarDot Technologies.