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First Person Plural announces HumanLimit™

Ready, set, WIN!

For Immediate Release

Montreal, Canada. April 28, 2006 - First Person Plural (FPP) announced today the development of HumanLimit, an online, free-to-own, free-to-play endurance driving game set to release in Q3 2007.

HumanLimit is set in today's world and will enhance the player experience through a prize system before culminating in the final 'drive until you drop' endurance competition and a substantial grand prize being awarded.

"HumanLimit is unlike anything else in the market today. Not only is it free, but it will be on par with any triple A title released to date," says Alex Dulude, Chief Creative + Technology Officer at FPP. "Players will experience a real-world feel and the more time spent in the game, the more they win."

The HumanLimit player registration site is now open at and all interested players are encouraged to get in on the action now.

About First Person Plural (FPP)
FPP's mission is simple: develop new methods of interactive marketing that deliver the audience, one precision targeted consumer at a time, for the mutual benefit of both advertiser and audience. They believe their success is a result of the creative combination of the unique talents of each member of their bright, impassioned and inspiring team. FPP imagines and builds that elusive intersection between technology, message and audience. For more information, please visit


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