Every $100 in donations we receive, one of us will eat a habanero pepper and suffer. The last one to donate gets to choose who eats it.
If we reach $200, someone's going to put a spoonful of cinnamon in their mouth and immediately regret it. Don't miss out!
We will be giving away copies of Surgeon Simulator 2013 to random donors.
We will add Half Life 1 to the list of games we're playing for the marathon. May have unforeseen consequences.
A modern classic - we will play through the entire campaign.
Episodes 1 and 2. If we reach $1 billion, Episode 3 will be added.
Hopefully our inability to solve puzzles won't make you rip your eyes out.
If we reach our $1000 goal, we will attempt to make combustible lemons.
Donors will have a chance to join us, and get yelled at by us.
Donors will get a chance to destroy and humiliate us on the stream!
We are prepared to get absolutely demolished by all of you.
We'll go back to the original if we reach our donation goal!
A: Don’t worry. Even if we were sick and evil enough to want to steal donations, we can’t. If you check the confirmation message after you donate, as well as your confirmation email, you will see that the money is going STRAIGHT to Child’s Play’s paypal. The super fancy donation button will record who donated though, so we know who to get the prizes to.
A: Yes. We do the annual Halo: Endurance Evolved marathon of which there have been four, and in April of 2011 and 2012 we did Retrothon, where we played a bunch of retro games for charity. We also did the Fallout 3 Marathon in Feburary 2012, which was our most successful marathon. We followed this up with the Ultimate Gaming Challenge, and the Oculus Riftathon. So far, we’ve raised almost $10,000 for Child’s Play Charity.
Omnithon is a group that does gaming marathons to raise money for charity. A gaming marathon is where we play through a game or series of games, and stream it online while collecting donations for a cause we support, which in our case is Child's Play Charity, which brings entertainment and hope to those in children's hospitals. We've raised over $9000 dollars with our prior marathons, and hope to raise even more going forward.