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Released Apr 16, 2015
Used by carpenters to construct buildings. Also used as a tool to inflict blunt force trauma.
Iconic of numerous law enforcement agencies, the badge is one of the primary ways officers and agents identify themselves and mark their authority.
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 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.
Object used to make up a skeleton or skeletal frame.
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.
Spiky plants, infamous for growing in hot inhospitable environments such as deserts.
Shines light in dark places and sets things on fire. Some are magical.
Where washed clothes usually hanged to dry.
The convertible of westward expansion. These babies do it all; carry your belongings and family, provide shelter, ferry you across rivers, loose wheels, break axles, catch fire, attract unwanted attention form the locals...
Popular American head wear, featured in many games relating to Cowboys.
A length of fabric that blocks out light and prying eyes.
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.
Divider that seperates land or structures from one another
Considered one of the most frequent and controversial implements of destruction in video games and real life, guns are devices that fire projectiles with explosive force.
An article of clothing that rests on top of one's head.
A map is a drawing on a piece of paper, or other surface, that indicates the locations of various landmarks.
A bag, usually cloth, containing a whole lot of money.
A small structure separate from the main building were you crap through a hole in a bench. When visiting an Outhouse, beware of hazards like bugs, stinging nettle and splints, as well as the additional smell left by previous visitors.
Pressing a key on the keyboard causes a felt lined "hammer" to strike strings commonly made of steel.
Used both as a weapon and a hand tool.
A large cushion support typically for the head.
A pistol is a very basic hand-held side arm, usually used in case of low ammo or tricky situations. They have appeared in many types of games.
A palm sized card used to play a variety of card games. Cards come in a deck normally consisting of 52 different cards.
A piece of printed paper designed to be attached to a wall typically used to advertise. A good example is a movie poster.
Rail tracks, which are also known as Train tracks, railway, or simply tracks, are the rails which guide trains. There are many types of tracks that are used for different types of trains around the world.
A revolver is a type of handgun that holds ammo in a revolving chamber. It normally houses six rounds, and in games is usually more powerful than standard handguns.
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.
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