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Beverages that cause the imbiber to become intoxicated.
An object that is used to attach a ship to the bottom of a body of water.
A narrow projectile.
Any type of simple ball in a game... can be simply rendered as a single pixel, or as a geometric shape.
A barrel is a hollow cylindrical container, traditionally made of wood staves and bound with iron hoops. In video games, it is used in many ways to fill up a level or even be used in one. They also may explode. Use caution when around barrels.
a container which is traditionally constructed from stiff fibres, often made of willow.
A plumbing fixture used for bathing. Usually used in video games as a decorative item.
Beards are visible facial follicle growth, commonly associated with adult male homo sapiens. In video games, beards are commonly found in character customization systems (i.e. Rock Band) or when pirates are involved (i.e. the Monkey Island series).
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
A usually metallic hollow object with a clapper inside that hits the inner shell to make a sound.
Belts in games range from magical objects that confer special abilities to decorative adornments.
A long seat fit for several people.
Used in puzzle games to be broken, moved, or matched by color, shape and size. Also used in many early 3D polygonal games. Not to be confused with Squares or Cubes.
The "liquid of life" for practically all beings. In games, most commonly found outside the body and can be found in a pooled, spilled, dried, fresh or splattered state. This page is for games that actually have blood as an obtainable object.
A wall that has been covered in blood. Either the blood was on the wall before the player arrived, or it is dynamically created by the player's actions.
A watercraft designed to travel on top of bodies of water. A favored tool of pirates and criminals.
A bomb is an explosive device.
Object used to make up a skeleton or skeletal frame.
Some games have readable books. Come and quench your thirst for knowledge.
"It's hard to keep your feet dry when you're kicking in a skull." Unless you've got the right gear, that is.
Whether it's translucent, transparent, opaque, glass, plastic, or some other material the bottle can be your best friend, or your worst enemy. Sometimes filled with liquor, or maybe an extra supply of lantern oil.
A large rock that sometimes falls from the sky.
The bread and butter of any self respecting archer, the bow is a stereotypical ranged weapon of olden times and fantasy settings.
A bow is a strip of material, like cloth or ribbon, tied in a knot, but having two loops and two bits of "overhang" under the loops. In older video games, it was often used to signify that character was a female.
A hemispherical vessel, wider than it is deep, used for holding food or fluids.
The bowler hat is a piece of headgear of British origins. Is has also been called a coke hat, derby, or a billycock.
An organ that functions as an organism's control center.
A brick is a block of ceramic material used in masonry construction, laid using mortar.
An object that allows obstacles, such as rivers or gorges, to be crossed. Bridges can be made of a variety of materials like wood or steel.
Bubbles help you float, they can help you see things in a magnified way. Bubbles can also be your best of friend, which is why they should be handled with only the softest of breath.
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