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Many games have ammo. In some, you can design your own. Ammo is put in a weapon and fired as a projectile.
The axe is a tool used for many activities. Its uses include cutting wood, knocking down doors in emergencies, and rending your enemies limb from limb without mercy or regret.
A fence that hinders accessibility via the use sharp-edged wire.
A baseball bat is a smooth wooden or metal club used in the game of baseball to hit the ball after the ball is thrown by the pitcher.
A baton is a weapon used mainly for law enforcement. Kurtis Stryker from the Mortal Kombat series uses a baton.
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
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.
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 brick is a block of ceramic material used in masonry construction, laid using mortar.
This term can refer to both a visible shot onscreen in a shooter, or a round that has been fired from or currently loaded into a weapon.
Cars go places. Hopefully fast.
A cattle prod is a handheld tool most often used to coerce livestock to move by striking, poking, or electrically shocking them. Cattle prods in the gaming world are most commonly used to shock and momentarily incapacitate enemies.
It's the meanest weapon in horror and construction games. Don't mess with the great communicator.
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.
Crates sometimes contain things!
Rifle-like thrower of bolts/arrows. Not to be confused with a bowcaster.
Crowbars are commonly used to open nailed wooden boxes. They are also, however, excellent weapons. Epitomised in the phrase: "Aliens have invaded the Earth. Here's a goddamn crowbar."
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.
Drums can sometimes be used to hide under instead of being used as storage containers.
The choice weapon for silent assassins; the fiber wire keeps things quiet and quick.
A fire extinguisher is a device used to control or extinguish small fires. Fire extinguishers are filled with pressurized (and often toxic) extinguishing agents designed to douse and subdue flames.
Above ground docking bay for fire hoses.
Used to burn people in Postal, and also used as explosives.
Glass is a transparent substance made from compressed sand.
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.
A saw with a fine-toothed, narrow blade that can be used to cut metal.
A blunt tool used to hit things, whatever those things may be... a nail, a person.
Large scissor-like tool used in trimming bushes and shrubs.
A mask worn by an ice hockey goalkeeper.
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