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A fruit that often provides score or acts as a healing item in games.
Any type of simple ball in a game... can be simply rendered as a single pixel, or as a geometric shape.
The banana is a fruit that is commonly seen in video games, particularly those with animals as main characters. It is famous for its sweet taste and affiliation with primates.
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 furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
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.
Object used to make up a skeleton or skeletal frame.
Some games have readable books. Come and quench your thirst for knowledge.
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 sculpture depicting a person's head and shoulders.
Shines light in dark places and sets things on fire. Some are magical.
An orange vegetable that's is commonly associated with having a positive effect on eye sight. Rabbits have been known to have a fondness for this vegetable.
A fan fixture that is installed on the ceiling to circulate air in a room.
A series of links, typically of metal, that hold objects together, restrain them, or transmit mechanical power.
Images that have been created by a child; often this artwork is vibrantly colored and crudely made.
A clock is a device used to tell time.
Detachable accessory worn around the neck.
Mostly used to restrain and identify pets such as dogs.
A couch is long, cushioned seat that can hold 2 or more people in it. They may have an armrest on either side and are found in living rooms throughout the world,often a TV in front.
A stick of colored wax used for drawing. Typically used by children.
A container, usually with a flat bottom, typically used for drinking.
A length of fabric that blocks out light and prying eyes.
A cushion is a bag (usually square) with soft material stuffed inside it to soften a place where a person is sitting.
A light source that is designed to sit atop a desk or table.
There are few objects equally capable of inspiring pathos or creeping someone out - dolls are among them.
A thin rectangular block with each half marked with a number of dots ranging from zero to six. They are the game pieces used in the game of Dominoes. They are also commonly lined up, standing on end so that knocking one down produces a chain reaction that topples the rest.
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 machine designed with the purpose of moving objects or characters vertically.
Chances are you're using at least one of them right now.
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