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The alien cube is an object that appears in BioForge. It allows you to float over platforms. It's how the modern gentleman travels.
A fruit that often provides score or acts as a healing item in games.
A baseball bat is a smooth wooden or metal club used in the game of baseball to hit the ball after the ball is thrown by the pitcher.
Bolas consist of three weighted balls on the end of a cord. When thrown, the weights wrap around the enemy, constraining their movements.
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.
A large rock that sometimes falls from the sky.
A Church Organ is a large piano that is often situated in Churchs.
Crystal Balls are spheres made of glass or crystal, that are often used in fortune-telling and other assorted psychic acts.
Escape Pods are small capsules used to eject from ships.
Link uses one. You do it in Animal Crossing. Lakitu uses it in most Mario installments like Mario Kart and Super Mario 64. Loads of games use fishing rods! Reel in that carp!
Hearts in video games are often associated with health or extra lives. From picking them up free of charge to buying them for in-game money.
Before flashlights were invented, this contraption was used to see in the dark.
A "lighter" is a portable object commonly seen in some video game series. For example: Resident Evil and Silent Hill, where the atmosphere is dark and terrifying.
A lighthouse is a tower usually placed on the top of coastal cliffs, bearing a rotating light at the top to prevent ships from crashing into rocks.
An item from Terraria.
It could be anything! A treasure map? An SOS? A love potion?
A tropical tree. Recognizable by its tall stem and evergreen top.
A airplane found in the Saints Row series.
Watch carried in your coat pocket.
A mechanical lifeform, typically exhibiting superhuman abilities, that can be found in games as either the main protaganist or as powerful enemies or allies.
Rocks are the hard objects found randomly scattered across the ground all over the Earth's surface. They're not good for much more than smashing stuff or being made into other things. Handily crushes Scissors but cannot defeat the mighty Paper.
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.
A roll of parchment or paper inscribed with writing, symbols, pictures, etc.
Vessel for transportation through water.
The skeletal system of a person or animal.
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 primitive ranged weapon that is used in various games. Usually is replaced by more powerful ranged weapons, such as a bow and arrow.
A snow sculpture of a person.
Underwater Vessel that first appeared in the late 1800's.
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