Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
Action - Children - Platformer
||Global Star Software
||High Voltage Software
Step inside the magical world of Willy Wonka's famous chocolate factory. Based on the Warner Bros. Pictures feature film directed by Tim Burton and the classic Roald Dahl book, this new videogame allows players to explore deep inside the factory and play the beloved story as Charlie Bucket. Find a Golden Ticket and, along with four other children, win a personal tour of Willy Wonka's factory guided by the notorious and reclusive candy-maker himself. Embark on a fantastic adventure exploring the many extraordinary environments of the factory, including some from the book that do not appear in the film. Discover what happens after the other children, greed-driven and unrestrained, wreak havoc throughout the factory. Then save the chocolate factory from their destruction by solving mystifying puzzles and using inventive candy powers. By helping the Oompa-Loompas and restoring order to the factory, Charlie can earn the respect of Willy Wonka and win an unexpected prize!
- Acquire incredible abilities by using fantastic new candies in order to save the factory
- Creative and interactive environments, based on the visual style of the film, fully immerse players in the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory™ story
- Stop the "rotten" children from causing chaos and destruction throughout the candy factory
- Repair huge, bizarre candy-making machines by solving puzzles and enlisting the help of the Oompa-Loompas
- Explore numerous rooms and environments inside Willy Wonka's chocolate factory
You play Charlie Bucket, a poor child, on a tour through reclusive confectioner Willy Wonka's fabulous candy factory in this interactive take on the classic children's story.
As Charlie you will attempt to put the factory in working order, cleaning up the messes created by other children on the tour. You'll have to run, jump, carry objects, push buttons and command a small army of Oompa Loompa assistants on the way to winning the ultimate prize: the factory itself.
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