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Omgpop (formerly i'minlikewithyou or iilwy), stylized as OMGPOP, is a casual online multiplayer gaming website built entirely in Flash. Omgpop states on its homepage that it is "a place to hang out, play free online multiplayer games, and make friends."

Omgpop is based in SoHo, in New York, New York. The website was listed on Time magazine's 50 Best Websites of 2009.

The company received seed funding from Y Combinator during its early days as a startup. On March 21, 2012, Zynga announced that it will acquire Omgpop, for $180 million.


Group chat, internal currency and an online shop. There is also a forum and occasional free gift offers. In addition, users are able to chat with other guests both during and out of gameplay (the game "Draw My Thing" uses the chatbox as its means of having players participate in the game).


Click here for List of games on Omgpop

Omgpop's game selection includes standard board, card, and sports games, clones of more well known video games, and special versions of licensed games such as Atari's Missile Command.

Some games allow a function in which players can bet coins and the winner of the match receives 90% of the coins. If a player does not have enough coins for the match, they are kicked out automatically.

Non-members, also known as 'LameGuests', can only play each game 20 times.

Omgpop's most popular game to date is their Pictionary-like game titled, Draw Something. The game has done so well, that on March 16th, 2012 it was reported that it was the most played game on Facebook, registering 10.8 million daily active users, compared to Zynga's Words with Friends, garnering 8.6 million daily active users respectively.

On April 4, 2012 Omgpop reported that their hit game "Draw Something" had surpassed over 50 million downloads. They also stated that since the game's launch, over 6 billion drawings have been shared between friends.

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