Sometimes you find a game that defies all reason.
I gave the old Wisdom Tree games a try. They came in a bundle a while back, and I was curious (plus I randomized what game to play next, and one of the games from that collection came up).
The standout game in this collection is Spiritual Warfare, a game where a kid is in a park and needs to convert evil people to the true faith by throwing fruit at them. These evil people includes:
People running around with huge kitchen knives who want to stab children (these can be saved if you throw fruit at them)
People with wooden clubs, who want to clobber children to death (these can be saved if you throw fruit at them)
People who run around bushes (these can be saved if you throw fruit at them)
People who ride bicycles (these are beyond salvation and are so utterly evil that their eternal souls can not be saved and if you throw fruit at them a devil will show up and try to murder you!)
This game played like a bad Zelda 1 clone with annoying music and bible questions. As a non-Christian I could not help but feel like the “right” answers for these bible questions were the bad answers, basically boiling down to “Don’t think, believe in god” “Don’t worry about doing good deeds, believe in god” and other such things. The right answer was always blind faith, never good work.
I did not stick with this game. It was just awful.
The other games in the collection includes a game where you stacked animals to put them in the ark. This game was kind of broken, as far as I could tell. And two bad boulder dash clones. Because for some reason Boulder Dash is a good representation for Christianity.. or something.