Core of Innocence is a platform adventure game in a similar vein to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night. It currently features 49 weapons, over 250 pieces of equipment, 18 spells, and several 'key items' to aid you on your journey. The mapping system is similar to that of Castlevania: SotN and Super Metroid so tracking your location and explored areas is a little easier. Core of Innocence consists of eight areas, each with its own theme of unique monsters and environmental hazards and bosses. There will be 18 quests in game to fill in the story along the way and to provide equipment upgrades to the player as they progress through the game. Otherwise the world is pretty much entirely open, only limited by lack up key item upgrades for movement such as double jump or cat form for climbing walls. Be warned though, there is some nudity in game so it is aimed towards the adult/mature crowd, but there are options to disable most of it should you want to.
I'm happy to announce the release of Pudding Hat Games' flagship title, Core of Innocence! It's an adventure platform game aimed at more mature audiences offering around 5-10 hours of gameplay. There are over 250 pieces of equipment to collect, eight massive areas to explore, and tons of secrets to find as you lead our heroine Lila in her quest to save her world!
The game is free to everyone, with NO DRM! - so if you enjoy a good adventure platformer with a healthy dose of fan-service... Check it out!
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Jan 18 2014
@Vood0oFox Hey man, I know you posted it a while ago but I just found your write-up for Core of Innocence and wanted to say thanks! :D
Jan 17 2014
Jan 7 2014
@Wackynames Well I don't want to spoil too much but there is a clue on the statue itself. :D Try coming back later once you get some spells!
Dec 23 2013
@Wackynames not sure what you mean, but there is a bit of a pre-story leading up to the events in CoI in the readme.txt if that helps any!
Dec 20 2013
Dec 13 2013
RT @LiamReddington: So I say go all out. Make what you want to make. Not everyone will like it anyway. Just do what you want to do!
Dec 10 2013
@CPriestman Hey, thanks for the writeup! I added a quick followup post if you are interested in some background on why CoI is what it is. XD
Dec 9 2013
@JohnPolson Just found the write-up for Core of Innocence, thank you kindly! :D
Dec 8 2013