Wonka Holiday Treats Game (found online Wonka game; early 2000s)

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Title screen.

Status: Found

Date found: 09 Oct 2018

Found by: SourceSearcher

Wonka Holiday Treats Game was an early 2000s online Wonka game that used to exist on the Wonka website until the games were taken off the site after 2007. It was a seasonal game and mostly was available around Christmas. Just like some of the 3D Groove games that are still lost and Laffy Taffy Puzzle Game.

The Wayback Machine page is only a loading screen missing game content.[1] The game hasn't resurfaced on many of the sites that had the Wonka games after the takedown.

However, on October 9th, 2018, LMW user SourceSearcher uploaded a workable EXE file of the entire game.


Even though the game is lost a plot appears on both the game's page on the Wayback Machine and Nordinho.net.

It is "You must deliver a special gift to Willy Wonka's Candy Factory...but time is running out! You need to climb a mountain, sled down a steep slope, and cross an icy river...all in less than 250 seconds."

Gameplay Features

In the game, the player is an Oompa Loompa trying to get to the Wonka Candy Factory in time. The game has three levels. The first level is climbing the mountain and collecting Wonka candy while trying to avoid yaks. The second level has the player sledding down the mountain while avoiding yaks, trees, stumps, rocks, and snowmen. The final level is to cross a river by jumping onto icebergs. Some icebergs contain candy and others contain yaks. The game ends with a screen saying "Happy Holidays from Wonka" while an instrumental theme of Oh Christmas Tree plays in the background.

In the game, there are holiday-themed candies that give the player double time. The yaks in the game don't move or attack the player, but will waste the timer. When the player runs into the yak, it will say "Yak yak yak yak yak". In the third level, if the player goes into the water, the Oompa Loompa goes "brr".


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