Often cited as one of the worst video games ever made, Bible Adventures was a 2D platforming title produced for the NES by the now infamous video game company Color Dreams while doing business under the name of "Wisdom Tree Software."
In truth, Bible Adventures was merely a sub-par NES game that probably would have faded away into pop culture oblivion were it not for the notoriety of its development house and one acutely humorous game play quirk that made it possible to drown baby Moses.
Otherwise destined to be forgotten, Bible Adventures thus endures - an immortal testament to the endless comic potential when religion, entertainment and capitalism collide.
"In my estimation, Episode II is the Bible Adventures of the silver screen."
"The plan was flawless, and the Pope himself made a huge blue hat out of the strangely colored Bible Adventures cartridges. He was happy his sheep were finally able to praise Jesus through three gloriously unplayable games on a single baby blue colored NES cartridge!" - Sean Baby
There have been countless games made that are worse than this one.
I've played numerous games that were way worse than this one.
Bible Adventures was actually kind of cool.
I liked being David and using my slingshot!
Take that you Philistine!