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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 corded length of fibers that has many uses.
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
A framework built into a wall or roof to let in light or air.
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.
The topmost bone in the human body, it contains the brain and the eyes, and is generally considered a good thing to keep intact.
A chair made out of wood.
The skeletal system of a person or animal.
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.
Whether it's worn for protection or style, helmets appear in various game genres.
A piece of furniture for holding and storing items.
The most common weapon in the Star Wars universe and a staple weapon for most sci-fi games.
Coins have long been used in video games as both a form of currency and as a means of accruing points.
Shines light in dark places and sets things on fire. Some are magical.
The chair of state for a monarch or otherwise regal person.
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.
Some games have readable books. Come and quench your thirst for knowledge.
A large vessel used for boiling.
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 flat surface that is often used to place objects upon - most commonly, food.
No matter what game you're playing, if a bad guy shows up with these hanging from him, you know you're in mad kinds of trouble.
A heavy fabric used to cover a floor.
A mana potion is an item that restores mana points, which usually allow the use of special abilities in role-playing games
An object that allows obstacles, such as rivers or gorges, to be crossed. Bridges can be made of a variety of materials like wood or steel.
A hinged or sliding door in a floor or ceiling.
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.
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.
A utensil consisting of a small shallow bowl. Typically used for scooping food.
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.
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