NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The developer of Clash of Kings, one of the top 10 grossing games in the Google Play worldwide, is giving back in a beautiful way. The company wants to get in touch with the family of player who passed away due to cancer.
"My lords, we need your help getting in touch with the family of Wyne, the player who passed away due to cancer last year! If you know who her parents are or how to reach them, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject 'Family of the Player Who Passed Away'," said the company in a statement sent to all players who have downloaded the game from Google Play and App Store.
Wyne was a beautiful Asian girl, who had played Clash of Kings since its launch last year in August, before losing battle with cancer at the age of 21. She was a mobile gamer with amazing gaming skills, and all her rallies loved her because she was always nice to them. After passing away, her brother informed her alliance members, who helped spread the news to the whole Clash of Kings circle. Since then, many players have camped out near her city in Clash of Kings for weeks, as a way to express their sincere condolences.
"We've lost our beloved friend, Wyne The Poo," the Clash of Kings team wrote with their Facebook post. "We've added a permanent & effective Peace Shield to protect the castle of Wyne, our beloved friend who has passed away due to cancer! You'll always find her castle in Clash of Kings at Kingdom 8 (X = 443, Y = 557)."
Chinese New Year is perhaps the biggest and most important annual festival for the Asian community, and gift giving is an important component of Chinese New Year. This is why Elex Inc. wants to get in touch with the family of Wyne.