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A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
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.
A button is a switch mechanism that is used to control a machine or process.
A series of links, typically of metal, that hold objects together, restrain them, or transmit mechanical power.
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.
A moving belt that transports objects (and player characters and non-player characters) from one place to another.
A machine designed with the purpose of moving objects or characters vertically.
An explosive is any weapon or device designed to cause an explosion, whether it be a frag grenade, TNT, or a nuclear bomb.
A grenade is an explosive device traditionally thrown by hand, but may also be propelled by a rifle or launcher.
A laser is a focused beam of light, invisible through the air without some other medium (such as smoke) to illuminate it. Lasers are often used in video games as part of a targeting system, or as an offensive weapon in their own right.
Lava is molten rock, usually from the interior of a planet, and in games is often used as a hazard to players, or as a visible gameplay-area boundary.
Mechs (or Mecha) are humanoid-like pilot driven vehicles often depicted in media as a combat machine. Early examples of Mech/Mecha in video games are often derived from early manga and anime as well as table-top games.
An explosive ordinance propelled by a rocket engine designed to blow an object to smithereens. A missile is often guided, in some way, to its target. For example; by laser, remote control, or computer/GPS.
The manliest type of facial hair.
An explosive device planted in the sea either to float on top or anchored at various depths.
A large cushion support typically for the head.
A smooth plate that, when interacted with, will trigger a mechanism of some sort. It could be the unlocking of a door, or a dastardly trap.
Small portable audio device originally known as a "wireless", that receives signal from a radio tower. May emit static when monsters are nearby, or emit voices when a talk show host is on.
A weapon that launches rockets.
A spaceship is a vehicle capable of traversing the vacuum of space.
Spikes are dangerous and often deadly obstacles that can line the floor, walls, or ceiling of any given room or passageway. They are an extremely common form of environmental hazard, particularly in side-scrolling games.
Underwater Vessel that first appeared in the late 1800's.
A gun turret is weapon mount designed to protect the user or mechanisms of a weapon system. The weapon itself is not a turret, but rather the protective housing of the user or mechanisms of the weapon system.
Even though water in games tends to bring about death, we all still hold it near and dear to us. After all, the human body is comprised mostly of it.
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