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July 23, in the year of our Lord 2017 --Family Friendly Gaming had some questions for Wisdom Tree Concerning their current Kickstarter Campaign.

Q. How long as Wisdom Tree been around?
A. It has been around since 1991 officially, but before that it was called Color Dreams

Q. What can you tell us of the history of Wisdom Tree?
A. Well I can comment on my involvement, I started working with the owner (Brenda Huff) since 2013 with the re-release of Super 3D Noah's Ark SNES cart. Since then We decided to acquire it and have done a number of projects like the Remaster of Super 3D Noah's Ark, a plug and play, and a series of collection carts. Now, we ported 3D Noah's to Genesis and have brought in another game (Noah's Ark) to the NES collection.

Q. Any comment on the discrimination against Christians within the video game industry?
A. People need to relax!

Q. Which Wisdom Tree game is your favorite?
A. Super 3D Noah's Ark!

Q. How can people help get physical copies of Wisdom Tree games back on the market?
A. they can go to our current Kickstarter, or at wisdomtreegames.com

Q. Where all will consumers be able to purchase Wisdom Tree games?
A. at wisdomtreegames.com

Q. Any plans to port Wisdom Tree games to newer systems?
A. at the moment no.

Q. How have retro gamers treated Wisdom Tree?
A. They respect the legacy and appreciate that the brand is still around!

Q. Any plans for Unboxing videos?
A. Not from us at the moment.

Q. How many games will be available when the Kickstarter completes successfully?
A. It will be 3 different carts:

The GBA Wisdom Tree Collection (Includes all NES games in one GBA cart)
The Port of Super Noah's Ark 3D to Sega Genesis
The new Noah's Ark Shoot'em up for NES.

Kickstarter can be found here:


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