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A length of exceptionally sharp metal with a handle, used for centuries as the go-to killing device for the human race. It's dead simple: you stick the pointy end in the thing you want to die. Or you could always slash them with the equally sharp sides. That works too.
Considered one of the most frequent and controversial implements of destruction in video games and real life, guns are devices that fire projectiles with explosive force.
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.
These uniforms are what distinguish the athletes in the field of play. Fans often wear jerseys of their favorite sports athletes.
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.
A tree is a perennial woody plant. Trees are often used in games as a natural wall, providing a barrier as well as cover. Many games also use them to make their environments looks more natural and attractive.
A bomb is an explosive device.
Cleats are a unique type of shoe designed specifically for grass and dirt sports, such as soccer and American football. These shoes have large studs on the bottom to assist in gripping on slippery surfaces.
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.
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.
Helicopters are flying vehicles, typically with a single large main rotor to maintain lift with a tail rotor to counter rotation induced by this main rotor. They are useful in air to ground combat as well as for quickly inserting and recovering infantry close to the front line.
A spaceship is a vehicle capable of traversing the vacuum of space.
Cars go places. Hopefully fast.
A box containing treasure usually in the form of gold or valuable items.
Used in many a basketball game. Also acts as background item in certain games.
Crates sometimes contain things!
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.
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.
A mechanical lifeform, typically exhibiting superhuman abilities, that can be found in games as either the main protaganist or as powerful enemies or allies.
Doors are a common object in most video games, as well as the keys and objects needed to open them. From role playing to shooters, doors are an important component of many games.
A knife is a commonly seen object in video games. Usually used for close quarters combat, or as a cutting tool.
A physical board displaying scores. Most often seen in sports games.
The premier choice in your defensive needs. A great companion for any one handed sword, which in addition to blocking can be used for advanced maneuvers like Shield Bashes.
Known outside of the United States as a football, this item is used to play soccer, the most popular sport in the world.
Whether it's worn for protection or style, helmets appear in various game genres.
Used to open doors, or anything else that is locked. In any game where the player has an inventory, it's a safe bet that a key will appear at some point.
A grenade is an explosive device traditionally thrown by hand, but may also be propelled by a rifle or launcher.
These things pop up in the oddest places. They're ostensibly for protection, although most often in non-football games it's just for aesthetic reasons.
A round ball used in the sport of baseball, the American pastime.
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