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Used by carpenters to construct buildings. Also used as a tool to inflict blunt force trauma.
An air grille is a removable object that hide an alternative way in some video games.
An airplane is a heavier-than-air craft whose lift is generated by airflow over the wings creating a strong pressure difference. In video games, airplanes are used for travel and as a type of weaponry.
As prolific in video games as it is in real life, this iconic Russian workhorse is a mainstay of virtual firepower.
An Amplifier is piece of equipment used to boost an electronic signal, usually from a musical instrument or microphone.
Also known as "body armor", ballistic vests are designed to stop various firearm rounds. Commonly worn by soldiers and police. The Nation Institute of Justice rates the protection capability of body from Level I (up to small calibers like .22LR) to Level IV (up to armor-piercing calibers like .30-06 M2)
A piece of cloth worn on the head, often worn by soldiers to keep sweat out of their eyes. Can also be worn around the neck and used to cover the face to hide one's identity.
A fence that hinders accessibility via the use sharp-edged wire.
A type of hat with a long, stiff brim that can be either rounded or flat.
a container which is traditionally constructed from stiff fibres, often made of willow.
A furniture that provides a place to sleep. In video games, often used to regain health, skip time and *ahem* other activities...
Belts in games range from magical objects that confer special abilities to decorative adornments.
A mode of transportation that requires the pedaling of the user and no gas. Always has two wheels unless otherwise dismembered.
The "liquid of life" for practically all beings. In games, most commonly found outside the body and can be found in a pooled, spilled, dried, fresh or splattered state. This page is for games that actually have blood as an obtainable object.
Some games have readable books. Come and quench your thirst for knowledge.
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 bread and butter of any self respecting archer, the bow is a stereotypical ranged weapon of olden times and fantasy settings.
An everyday unassuming briefcase. The contents though are never as simple as they might seem.
A container made for holding water or other liquids.
A place where people can leave public messages.
Used to take photographs with.
An outdoor fire usually lit in a fire ring, to provide warmth or heat for cooking.
Cars go places. Hopefully fast.
A cardboard box is handy for many things, but it's probably best known as something Solid Snake can hide under.
A fan fixture that is installed on the ceiling to circulate air in a room.
A mobile phone that lets people communicate on the go.
A series of links, typically of metal, that hold objects together, restrain them, or transmit mechanical power.
Where washed clothes usually hanged to dry.
Fluffy looking puffs seen in the atmosphere that are accumilations of moisture. They are used to add detail to Sky boxes in games or just increase realism.
Coins have long been used in video games as both a form of currency and as a means of accruing points.
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