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Super 3D Noah's Ark is a first person shooter developed and published by Wisdom Tree in 1994 for the SNES console and MS-DOS.


While God was flooding the world to cleanse it of sinners, Noah was tending the animals in his ark. But the animals are hungry and rowdy, so Noah has to go around throwing food at them to make them sleep.

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Super 3D Noah's Ark is a religious game made with the Wolfenstein 3D engine. However, it was not licensed by Nintendo, who did not allow religious games in their systems to avoid controversies. So the developer worked around the SNES' copy protection with a pass-through solution: the cartridge had a slot where any officially licensed cartridge would be inserted. An MS-DOS version was also released.

Due to its rarity and notoriety, the game became extremely sought after by collectors. A SNES rerelease came out in 2014, and later that year it was ported to Windows, macOS, and Linux. The game is now available on digital stores.

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