Grand Theft Auto: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

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Grand Theft Auto: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is the 1579th installment of the Grand Theft Auto murder simulator series, developed by Sam Fisher and Shirley Temple for Charles Babbage's Analytic Engine, MS-DOS and the Commodore 64. In this version you pick one of the two sides of a mass gang war that is unfolding within the depths of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory: Willy Wonka, or the Oompa Loompas.


this is an Oompa Loompa Getting Ready to go on a Murder spree

Oompa Loompas[edit]

After 15 years of their labor union doing nothing to suppress Willy Wonka's unfair refusal to lower the working hours of the Oompa Loompas, raise their wages, or give them a longer lunch hour, they are fed up.


  • Ability to sing extremely annoying songs that drive parents insane when their kids are having fun
  • extreme ugliness, which disables enemies
  • awesome name


  • a lot easier to get killed (stepping on them usually finishes the job)
  • unable to reach high things on there own
  • inability to operate any weapons due to stubby arms
this is Willy Wonker the gay homo that you can play

Willy Wonker[edit]

Wonker doesn't believe enough people are buying his candy, and is angry about the high wages that his Oompa Loompas demand. He hopes to kill all his Oompa Loompas and replace them with cheap immigrant "Woompas", who work for minimum wage.


  • ability to be extremely irritating, yet loved by small children for some unexplainable reason
  • ability to hypnotize small children
  • ability to impose his rule over the underpaid Oompa Loompas with an iron fist


  • hard to sneak around places without been seen
  • no one else to help him
  • gets turned on by other guys especially children


Willy Wonker[edit]

Willy Wonker is the gay homosexual that kidnapped the Oompa Loompas from there home(LoompaLand) and made them work for him and occasionally give him sexual favors when he asked for them (Wonka is a fetishist, and loves people with purple penises).

Oompa Loompas[edit]

The Oompa Loompas are the small, purple, slightly furry creatures who work in Wonka's factory for low wages. They are strict unionists, and have been demanding higher wages, better dental insurance, and shorter working hours for quite some time.

Charlie Bucket[edit]

Charlie Bucket is an extremely poor kid who got into Willy Wonka's chocolate factory when he found a golden ticket in his Wonka brand Marijuana.

Augustus Gloop[edit]

Augustus Gloop is a fairly Obese child who went into Wonka's chocolate factory, thinking it was a McDonald's. His only weapon is the ability to eat people, and get stuck in tubes to clog up the factory.

Verruca Salt[edit]

Verruca Salt was given the right to tour Willy Wonka's factory because he feared a lawsuit by Affirmative Action groups for not giving golden tickets to any Minorities. She is secretly a lawyer for the ACLU, hoping to nab Wonka for only hiring Oompa Loompas but never their close cousins Loompa Oompas.


this is when you activate the cheat Recruit Barney

Burn all Chocolate: Left, Up, Down, Down, Square, Square, Circle, Circle

Toggle between Gene Wilder Willy Wonka and Johnny Depp Willy Wonka: Triangle, Square, Circle, L1, L2, R2, R1

Blow up the factory: Triangle, Down, R1, R1, Triangle, Up, Down

Recruit Barney: Triangle, Up, R2, R2,Circle, Down, Down, Left (this cheat is only good if you are Willy Wonker)

Break Game: Triangle, up, square, (smash TV set with hammer)

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