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An aluminum can is a lightweight container that often holds some type of soda.
An arcade cabinet (also known as an arcade machine) is popular among clubs, theme parks, shopping malls and even in some homes. It is a form of entertainment to the owner or guests playing it; the machine usually requires coins to be inserted, in order to play.
A stretchable bag that expands when filled with some kind of gas, if light enough, will float in the air. A favorite of children everywhere.
A fence that hinders accessibility via the use sharp-edged wire.
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 baseball bat is a smooth, wooden or metal club used in baseball to hit the ball, although many games use it as an accessible and effective blunt melee weapon.
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...
Belts in games range from magical objects that confer special abilities to decorative adornments.
A long seat fit for several people.
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.
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.
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.
A bus is a vehicle that is usually used to transport people from one location to another. It is commonly used across the world as a means of public transport and for schools.
A sculpture depicting a person's head and shoulders.
A button is a switch mechanism that is used to control a machine or process.
Cars go places. Hopefully fast.
A cardboard box is handy for many things, but it's probably best known as something Solid Snake can hide under.
A narrow platform positioned high in the air that functions as a walkway. Commonly seen in auditoriums and industrial areas.
A mobile phone that lets people communicate on the go.
A series of links, typically of metal, that hold objects together, restrain them, or transmit mechanical power.
It's the meanest weapon in horror and construction games. Don't mess with the great communicator.
A branched lighting fixture that holds electric lights or candles and hangs from a ceiling.
When referring to cigarettes, one is normally referring to a tobacco cigarette, although the term cigarette can be applied to similar objects containing things other than tobacco.
A thin board used to rigidly support the pad of paper with one hand, while writing on it with the other.
A structural element that is usually used to hold up roofs.
A computer is a common object in video games. They can be used for many purposes; to trigger objects - such as a lift or a bomb, gather information, or even to play games.
The (already) dead body of an animal or human being. Some have items or important notes on them.
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