David Franco, a Worthing based video game developer, is in the midst of creating a brand new mystery adventure game in memory of his late brother Simon who died of cancer at the age of 35 in 2014, leaving behind a wife and 2 children. David will be dedicating the proceeds of the game to Winston’s Wish, a charity that would have been very dear to him.
The game, known as 321, will allow the gamer to work through a number of puzzles and obstacles across 9 levels to reach the final goal.
Leigh-Beth Stroud, community fundraiser for Winston’s Wish, said: “We are delighted that David has chosen to donate proceeds from the game to Winston’s Wish in memory of his brother, it’s such a lovely gesture. All the money raised will be used to enable us to support more bereaved children in the area.”
The game’s release date hasn’t yet been confirmed, although it is anticipated to be sometime in the summer. 321 will be available through the website www.threetwentyonegame.com – it will be free to download with the option to make a donation through a dedicated JustGiving page: www.justgiving.com/threetwentyoneBack to news