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consists of 12 releases.
Released Oct 18, 1994
Increases your life by 1! 7th block next to the 4th warp pipe above the hill next to the pit in 1-1!
A weapon with a heavy metal ball attached to a chain. The ball may or may not have spikes.
Used in puzzle games to be broken, moved, or matched by color, shape and size. Also used in many early 3D polygonal games. Not to be confused with Squares or Cubes.
A common object in many games. When stepped on, the player is bounced into the air to reach a higher ground. More often known as jump pad.
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.
Bubbles help you float, they can help you see things in a magnified way. Bubbles can also be your best of friend, which is why they should be handled with only the softest of breath.
The kind of bumper that is often featured in pinball games. If a character touches it, he or she will likely get knocked around as well.
Collecting 7 of these emeralds turns Sonic, Tails, or Knuckles into Super versions of themselves.
A type of fruit found of coconut palms.
A moving belt that transports objects (and player characters and non-player characters) from one place to another.
Dr. Eggman/Robotnik's vehicle of choice.
A variety of the mineral beryl, emeralds are usually green in color.
A ball of hot flickering fire. Usually thrown from the hero's hand into the squealing face of the enemy.
A powerful item which is added in many games.
An especially large axe, most often double-headed and designed as a weapon.
A mushroom big enough to be used as a platform, cushion, obstacle or trampoline.
A garment made for covering the hand.
Gold rings are collectable items found in games such as Sonic the Hedgehog.
Used in Many Games Such As to open doors in Resident Evil games.
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.
Guarded by echidnas since the dawn of civilization, the Master emerald controls the power of the chaos emeralds. Knuckles now holds the title of the new protector of the emerald, but he isn't a good bodyguard.
An explosive which, when placed, will detonate when someone gets too close to it.
The manliest type of facial hair.
A tropical tree. Recognizable by its tall stem and evergreen top.
Often rings represent power in games. Games that have rings are mostly fantasy games.
Sand is a fine, granular material composed mainly of rock and mineral, primarily silica. Sand is the primary environment of many games with settings that include deserts, beaches, and the ocean floor, among many others.
Shoes have been around for thousands of years and will continue to exist as long as feet do.
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.
Used to reach higher areas.
The iconic checkpoint markers used in the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Crossing a star post saves that location as your respawn point upon death and can also open portals to bonus stages.
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