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Interlocking Dad Hat
consists of 8 releases.
Released Dec 17, 1999
Mechanical bomb that will chase you for a short time until it blows up. I wonder what is going on in their heads. Wind it up, light the fuse, and stand back. 3, 2, 1... BOOM!
A sleigh/sled used to glide down icy surfaces, normally used by up to four people.
A bomb is an explosive device.
A bomb that is shaped like Bowser. It explodes when someone picks the wrong switch on when the x is reached.
Fluffy looking puffs seen in the atmosphere that are accumilations of moisture. They are used to add detail to Sky boxes in games or just increase realism.
Coins have long been used in video games as both a form of currency and as a means of accruing points.
A machine used for the lifting and moving of heavy objects.
Three dimensional objects that generates random permutations of numbers from 3 upwards (coins are used for 2). Most are six sided, but some can be up to 100 sided. They are used for gambling and games.
A Mario Party object that allows the players to move up to 10 spaces per turn. It is also used for deciding the turn order and more and come in various shapes and colors. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, it appears as a sticker.
A piece of clothing consisting of a skirt with an attached bodice. Commonly worn by women.
A garment made for covering the hand.
An item which appears in various Mario games, most notably in the Mario Kart franchise.
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 special racing tool that officially begins the race or battle in all eleven Mario Kart games that can only be used by Lakitu himself and it is very useful during a standing start. 3, 2, 1... GO!
An oil lamp that is associated with magic and supernatural beings called Genies, who possess the ability to grant wishes. Usually activated by rubbing the sides vigorously.
A magnet is something, usually in a bar or horseshoe shape, that is attracted to and can, if strong enough, pull in metallic things via the force of magnetism. Video games may be a bit more liberal in what a magnet can attract and how powerful it is.
Mushroom is the familiar term used to describe a gilled fungus which may or may not bear a stem. Mushrooms are the "fruit" of spore bearing fungi.
The manliest type of facial hair.
Usually featured in titles that involve building of theme parks. Also can be a non-used structure in some titles.
A physical board displaying scores. Most often seen in sports games.
Collect them, orbit them, conquer planets around them -- they're a staple of many genres of games.
The Starman is an item from the Mario series that makes Mario invincible for a brief period of time. It also appears in various Mario spin-off games from Mario Party to Tennis.
The first and most well-known power-up from the Mario franchise!
Traffic cones are used mostly in driving and racing games, but have appeared in many other video games as well.
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