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Beverages that cause the imbiber to become intoxicated.
An aluminum can is a lightweight container that often holds some type of soda.
An arcade cabinet (also known as an arcade machine) is popular among clubs, theme parks, shopping malls and even in some homes. It is a form of entertainment to the owner or guests playing it; the machine usually requires coins to be inserted, in order to play.
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
A structure that is primarily meant to be occupied by inhabitants.
Used to take photographs with.
A type of narrow boat that has been used by various cultures across the globe for thousands of years. Their use by indigenous American cultures is well-known, particularly those of the Pacific Northwest and the Amazon region.
A mobile phone that lets people communicate on the go.
When referring to cigarettes, one is normally referring to a tobacco cigarette, although the term cigarette can be applied to similar objects containing things other than tobacco.
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.
A board used to play a game of Darts.
Also simply known as a kennel, doghouses are small shelters specifically designed for dogs.
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 conveyor transport machine for carrying people up and down between floors of a building.
Divider that seperates land or structures from one another
A source of light started by a chemical reaction.
Usually used in games to light the way in dark areas.
Framed pieces of glass or plastic that are worn in front of the eyes and on the bridge of the nose usually to correct vision or as identity statement.
A garment made for covering the hand.
An electronic device used to locate ones position in a given area. Uses a satellite to find it.
Often a character that needs to have their weapons at the ready has these.
A body part (usually the skin, skull, or antlers) taken from a dead animal and kept as a trophy or memorabilia.
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 storage utility usually used for items. In video games however, they have a different use: hiding.
A privately owned box where mail is delivered.
A map is a drawing on a piece of paper, or other surface, that indicates the locations of various landmarks.
In many games, the player can find notes that contain story information, hints, codes to unlock doors, and so on. Especially common when there are no other characters around for the player to talk to.
The other "magic" substance usually found in bottles.
A playground structure made up of a flat disk about 3 meters in diameter that can be made to spin by pushing on its handles.
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