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Montreal   May 9,  2013 – ByHumans is launching its first game, developed during the Montreal Global Gamejam 2013, parallel other ongoing projects. Globbee is a new and innovative action puzzle game following the adventure of Globbee, a red blood cell trying to find its way to the heart. By tapping the right sequence of heartbeats, the player rearranges vein tiles of an ever-moving maze, clearing a path to the heart.

Social responsibility at the heart of the action

ByHumans game development studio is bridging the  gaming community with  the real world. The studio’s games enables players to support non-profit organizations by offering charities with free advertising space. By integrating diverse philanthropic concepts inside its games, ByHumans is taking the initiative to be one of the first game developer to promote charities. This  brand  new concept  of business model in the industry is already making noise among numerous non-profit organizations.

ByHumans is following its business model by including charity work into its games. Globbee promotes two charities with free in-game advertisement aimed at increasing awareness and helping them in their cause. Those two charities are  International Children Heart Foundation and  Hands to Heart. An awareness message and a clickable link have been included into the loading screens to direct players to their websites.

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