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Some television shows are ripe for interactive adaptations. Like Grey's Anatomy, or The Young Ones.
Cartoon characters are personas from cartoons, which are animated moving sequences that are usually drawn but can be computer animated and can come from television, movies, anime or even the web. They can be humans, animals, or even things usually not thought of as living.
Games involving characters that round up local hoodlums for the good of the community.
Someone who investigates unsolved crimes and other mysterious happenings, either for a living, as a hobby, or simply by chance.
A dog is an animal, of which there are estimated to be 400 million of in the world. Said to be man's best friend, they naturally appear in many video games.
These spooky entities are the spirits of the dead, returned from beyond their graves for generally sinister purposes. There's generally about even odds whether a particular ghost will be helpful or malevolent towards the living, but some ghosts just want to be left alone entirely.
Infinite Pockets are a system of inventory often found in adventure games. The player character's pockets seem to be of an infinite size, capable of holding anything from peanuts, to garden rakes, to spare tires, yet none of this is reflected on the character.
Usually found in adventure games, when players combine two or more items to create one or more new items.
Games made for a younger audience, usually between 3-9.
These games are based off of established licenses, such as movies, comics, or TV shows. Examples are the James Bond 007 and Spider-Man franchises.
Point and click is an interface featured in a specific kind of adventure game, where players click on objects and characters to interact with them.
Videogames that, for better or for worse, are based on an existing non-videogame franchise. Usually drawn from movies, tie-in games have also been made about TV shows, novels, and even one-hit wonder pop bands.
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