Gaming with a Community

OmniGamers was founded after the transition of changing ownership of the Minecraft community OmniKraft to VentureKraft.
We formed to coordinate gaming events to keep the community together, but we have expanded to open up to all gamers,
to provide a fun and safe environment to play the games we enjoy. As we grew, we also wanted to take notes from Games Done Quick
and Extra Life to also raise money for charity.

Who said playing games all day couldn't be productive?

Creators Stream and Record Our Games to Share


“Hey everyone. I’ve been interested in computers ever since we got a Commodore64 way back in the 80’s. My game interests are primarily RTS, strategy, building, and some RPG. I’ve also gotten hooked on the FPS Overwatch; Junkrat specifically.”


“What's up guys? I've been enjoying video games for over a decade and I thought I'd try my hand at sharing some of the fun with you guys. I also enjoy artistic games and games with deep stories.”


“Hey there. I like to play lots of games like PUBG, or TellTale games like The Walking Dead. I have more games I want to play on my channel, so if you want take a look at my channel and see if you like what you see.”

Imbeciles Play Games        

“Hi all! We at Imbeciles have many years of gaming under our belts. Unfortunately, this still doesn't make us very good at them. Join Tim, Alex, and Jason in their abrupt adventures in bitter digital failure.”


“Heyo! I've been gaming since the Atari days because games expanded my mind and challenged me in ways other activities couldn't. Now, I'm turning that passion into OmniGamers!”


“Hi Everyone! I enjoy Music, Movies, and Video games. On my channel you’ll find some video game "let’s plays" as well as some music covers. I play a lot of Minecraft, but I also enjoy strategy games and first person shooters.”


“I love playing video games and I love drawing stuff. So I thought: Why not share it with the world? And here I am! Even if you’re not interested in my channel, check out the other awesome people in the OmniGamers Community!”


“My channel is mainly PVP and Factions focused, bringing high-quality content without those annoying ads.”


“Hi there. If I had to pick my favorite games to play, it would be strategy games. That’s a broad term and can be used for many games but I love it because each play through is Our Newchallenge.”

    The Randomist

“Hi, I've been gaming since I was a kid playing Theme Hospital on Win 95. These days you'll usually find me playing strategy or RPG games if I'm not working through a backlog of Steam games.”

        Raskhol Shiro        

“Minecraft Youotuber from Croatia, Europe. Huge fan of games and creative projects, gummy bears and good music.”


“My name is Red. I am a nerd. My video game history is a bit erratic. I played Super Mario World, MK1, MK2, and a few other games on SNES.”


“I am a teenage Minecraft based content creator/streamer.”


“Hey there! From gaming to tech, I love it all! My favorite games include Team Fortress 2 and Fallout 4, but I love a bit of everything!”


“Hey everyone!! I am a PG gamer who mostly does Minecraft but am getting into World Of WarShips and Fortnite: Battle Royale.”


“Gamer in the complete sense. I play video games and tabletop games. I'm proud to be an OmniGamer and look forward to having some good games with everyone.”

Community News and Events

The Fallout That Isn't Fallout

A Review of Fallout 4 & Far Harbor

  • Jun 11, 2018
  • by TwelvePointFive

Right off the bat, I’m going to admit it: I love Fallout 4. Despite all its problems, the game was still enjoyable and worth the purchase now that the price has gone down. That being said, I’m no expert on Fallout games or Fallout 4 specifically. I own Fallout 1 and 3, played some of New Vegas, but did not complete any of them. I’m also one of the 10 people who have not played Skyrim, so Fallout really is my only view of the Bethesda style. I only have about 150 hours on Fallout 4 as of this recording, and in that I’ve done 2 playthroughs while currently working on a third. However I’ve really only scratched the surface of what this game offers; my first two goes at the game probably barely explored half of the world combined. This review will also cover the Far Harbor DLC, mainly because it has a lot of interesting parallels to the base game (and also because I haven’t completed Nuka-World and don’t care as much about the other DLC).

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