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Icon Name Description
Jade.png Jade Jade is a green-hued ornamental rock comprised of two elements: nephrite and jadeite. Jadeite has about the same hardness as quartz. Nephrite is slightly tougher than jadeite.
Lantern.png Lantern Called "Yukimi-Gata", this traditional Japanese stone lamp from the Edo period is often placed near water to fit with the natural elements.
Princess.png Princess She's the Shogun's daughter. She likes to get into trouble and annoy her dad.
Coin.png Coin Touch the Coin pixels with the ninja and earn points.
Sensei.png Sensei Tradition tells that this Japanese character is a ninja teacher.
Dojo.png Dojo Dojo means "the place of the way". In Japan any physical training facility is called a Dojo, while in western culture a Dojo is most often a martial arts school.
Shogun.png Shogun A powerful ruler from feudal Japan. His daughter is a constant source of stress.
Bamboo.png Bamboo This incredible plant has many uses: you can build houses with it, create weapons with it, even fashion a toothpick!
Guardian.png Guardian These impressive statues are posted at Buddhist temple entrances to ward off evil spirits. They're also good at scaring kids with their stern looks.
Dragon.png Dragon Japanese dragons generally don't fly -- they swim. This one doesn't move at all, but he'll look great in your garden.
Sumo.png Sumo Rikishi wrestlers try to push each other out of the ring or to the ground. These wrestlers are very big and very difficult to move.

Icon Name Description
Chichen Itza.png Chichen Itza Chichen Itza is an ancient Mayan city built before Columbus's arrival in America. It's name means 'at the mouth of the well of the enchanter of water'. It was one of the largest Mayan cities and is home to several pyramids and constructions. The main pyramid hides several smaller pyramids inside. Legend says that below the main pyramid lay the gates of Hell itself! Yikes!!!
Eiffel.png Eiffel The Eiffel Tower is recognized worldwide as the most important French symbol. At 320 meters tall, it was the tallest man-made structure in the world for 41 years! It has a stairway with 300 steps to the first level, and another 300 steps to the second level. Tiring but impressive! The creator of this magnificent tower was Gustave Eiffel.
Pagoda.PNG Pagoda A pagoda is the general term in the English language for a tiered tower, built in the traditions originating in historic East Asia or with respect to those traditions, with multiple eaves common in Nepal, India, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam, Burma and other parts of Asia. Some pagodas are used as Taoist houses of worship. Most pagodas were built to have a religious function, most commonly Buddhist, and were often located in or near temples.
Pisa.PNG Pisa The Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italian: Torre pendente di Pisa) or simply the Tower of Pisa (Torre di Pisa) is the campanile, or freestanding bell tower, of the cathedral of the Italian city of Pisa, known worldwide for its unintended tilt to one side. It is situated behind the Cathedral and is the third oldest structure in Pisa's Cathedral Square (Piazza del Duomo) after the Cathedral and the Baptistry.
Pyramid.PNG Pyramid A pyramid is a structure whose shape is roughly that of a pyramid in the geometric sense; that is, its outer surfaces are triangular and converge to a single point at the top. The base of a pyramid can be trilateral, quadrilateral, or any polygon shape, meaning that a pyramid has at least three outer triangular surfaces (at least four faces including the base). The square pyramid, with square base and four triangular outer surfaces, is a common version.
Liberty.png Liberty This classic American symbol was given as a gift to the U.S. by France. It's 90 meters tall (151ft.) and symbolizes the unity between the two countries, and their shared belief in liberty and freedom. The Statue of Liberty is one of the first buildings to use an interior structure and an exterior skin designed to resist strong winds, such as the kind that blow through New York Harbor.
Mecha.png Mecha It seems past civilizations had great technology indeed. This ancient robot is proof of that.
Tower.png Tower The Mage Tower is an ancient building that serves as stronghold for a time-traveling mage!
Futuristic.png Futuristic This building came from the future. What could they be making inside?
UFO.png UFO A UFO (Unidentified Flying Object) is a sky anomaly (it can also be near or on the ground, but is always observed hovering, landing, or departing towards the heavens) that is not readily identifiable by visual observation and/or use of associated instrumentation (i.e. radar) as any known object or phenomenon. During the late 40s/early 50s, UFOs were commonly referred to as 'flying saucers' or 'flying discs'.
Bridge.png Bridge A bridge is a structure that spans physical obstacles such as rivers, valleys and roads, for the purpose of providing passage over the obstacle. A bridge's design depends on several factors: its function, the nature of the terrain where it is employed, the material used to make it, and the funds available to build it.
Kremlin.png Kremlin A kremlin is a fortified central complex found in historic Russian cities.
Blocks.png Blocks Blocks? Yes! Blocks! what do you want to use them for? that's up to you!
Invaders.png Invader Invaders are an autonomous airborne Element that strafe the ground with Lasers.
XmasTree.png Xmas Tree Enhance your Christmas-themed worlds with a quick-to-build, self-decorated Christmas tree that grows anywhere!
XmasGift.png Xmas Gifts Gifts! Gifts everywhere! They spawn wherever you want them to, no matter what!
Barnwiki.png Barn An agricultural building used mainly for housing farm animals and storing crops.
Haystockwiki.png Haystack Don't set your needle in one of these... It will be tough to find!
Silowiki.png Silo Silos are used to store a variety of materials, including water and grain.
Scarecrowwiki.png Scarecrow This huge human mannequin will scare away the crows from your crops.
Henhousewiki.png Hen house A decorative element for your chicken farm.
Bullseyewiki.png Bullseye Target practice for a hunter and his bow.
Oiltankerwiki.jpg Oil Tanker The oil tanker transports oil. From time to time its hull can rust, causing oil to leak.
Quetzal.png Quetzalcoatl An important ancient American god. The name means Quetzal = specie of bird whose feathers were more valuable than gold; and Coatl = Snake.
Treasure.png Treasure Want to spend millions? First you have to find it.
Witchdoc.png Witch doctor This wizard appears to be in a trance. Better not disturb him.
Eldorado.png El Dorado This epic city had so much gold, its citizens used it as their main construction material, along with bricks.
Idol.png Idol Legend tells that fortune and glory will follow anyone who possesses this strange idol.
Droz.png Droz A mechanical construct made by Humans, the Droz is humanity´s answer to naturally occurring Giant Monsters. On its own, the Droz does nothing but decorate your level, but when a Human rides in its cockpit, it shoots Heat lasers forward.
Egg.png Hajira Egg Some time after the MutaGem was born, some giant radioactive eggs started appearing in caves all around the world. These eggs are either dormant or dead, but they are rumored to have been made by wild Haijiras.
FerrisWheel.png FerrisWheel The Ferris Wheel is a structure consisting of a rotating upright wheel with multiple passenger-carrying components attached to the rim in such a way that as the wheel turns, they are kept upright, usually by gravity. They are a common attraction in amusement parks.
Skyscraper.png Skyscraper Destructible buildings are a must for any Giant Monster story! Traditional monster fights generally took place in big cities full of tall buildings and skyscrapers that served as obstacles, cover, or simply as an excuse for spectacular destruction. The Skyscraper element spawns 3 skyscrapers of different height and look, randomly. They are made of a special, still unreleased element that falls when nearby similar elements are destroyed.
Idol.png DemonIdol In times of destruction and despair, it is a common thing for people to end up worshipping dark idols or making cults to unknown or obscure deities. This Idol symbolizes one such deity, and reacts to the presence of Humans at its feet by shooting a Mutation laser that will turn most Humans into Aberrations.
Statue.png MutaIdol The statue holds its hands forward as if expecting some kind of offering, while its scary glowing eyes watch intently. It is said that once a living being sits on top of the statue's hands, it will turn into something resembling this old, seemingly extinct race. The truth is that most living things that follow this instructions will be turned into an Aberration.
Atlantean Temple boton.png Atlantean Temple This Temple of the once mighty Atlantean Empire has survived the passage of time. It's a Landmark of Atlantean culture and history, and holds many mysteries within its halls.
Treasure Chest Boton.png Treasure Chest Some pirates bury their treasures on islands, and some simply lose it after their ships sink into the sea! This treasure chests are filled with gold coins and jewelry, and any of the characters in the game can grab it.
Poseidon.png Atlantean Statue The temple of Poseidon, God of the Sea, was the spiritual centre of Atlantis. Now, all that remains of the once magnificent structure are its statues, scattered across what's left of Atlantis.
Sunken Ship Boton.png Sunken Ship In the merciless sea, not all adventures have a happy ending. Nature, pirates, giant creatures, negligence, bad luck... Manythings can go wrong, and when that happens, all that's left is a Sunken Ship.

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Bakerywiki.png Bakery This Architecture element will satisfy the humans' cravings for cake and bread.
Jewelrywiki.png Jewelry This Architecture element satisfies the humans' materialistic side.
Treehousewiki.png Tree House This Architecture element is good for kids, and sheltering hobos.
Colonywiki.png Colony Are you conquering a planet? Use this Architecture element as a headquarters or space habitat for your humans.
Restaurant-wiki.png Restaurant This Architecture element will make the humans hungry---and satisfy them too!

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Ankylosaur.png Ankylosaur A four-legged dinosaur that lived during the Cretaceous period, primarily in North America. It's entire body was covered in armored plates, and its heavy,club-like tail was used to combat any danger.
Bronto.png Brontosaurus One of the largest land animals to ever exist, with a body 23m long and weighing 25 tons. Its skull was very small compared to its body. A four-legged herbivore, the brontosaurus had an unusual deep chest, and it's long tail was held in the air when walking.
Compsognathus.png Compsognathus A very small dinosaur, about the size of a turkey. Prevalent during the Jurassic period, with long hind arms and a long tail. Its eyes were large in proportion to its head, and it had three fingers on its forelimbs. A version of the French Compsognathus could swim very well because it possessed a membrane between its fingers.
Deino.png Deinonychus The Deinonychus was very similar to the raptor, except that it was larger (up to 1m in height). It was covered in feathers and ran on its two posterior legs. It had large hands with three big, curved claws, and arms similar to bird wings. Though unable to fly, it did prepare its nest like a modern bird. Its bite had the same force as an alligator.
Pachycephalosaurus.png Pachycephalosaurus Another dinosaur with a strange head, the Pachycephalosaurus was a bipedal herbivore with a thick, strong skull protrusion covering its upper cranium, which it used in fights for leadership and land, very much like rams do.
Parasaurolophus.png Parasaurolophus Wow, did this dinosaur have a weird-shaped head! The bizarre shape was used to generate incredible sounds for communication at great distances. A herbivore that walked mostly on its back legs, it lived during the Cretaceous period.
Plesiosaurus.png Plesiosaurus An ocean-dwelling dinosaur with a very small, aerodynamic head, this creature had four paddles swinging asynchronously, allowing it to swim very fast. Over the centuries, there have been several reports of Plesiosaurs swimming in big lakes -- the most famous being the Loch Ness Monster, of course! Though no definitive proof has yet been found, we have Faish!
Stegosaurus.png Stegosaurus Found mainly in North America and China during the Jurassic period, these four-legged herbivores had special bones called osteoderms which developed as external 'plates'; flat and wide spines covering almost the entire body and tail. At the end of the tail was a group of pointy spines which the stegosaurus used to defend itself.
Triceratops.png Triceratops This four-legged dinosaur had an awesome look, with three horns protruding from its head and a bony plate around its neck useful for defending against aggressors. Triceratops resembled a rhinoceros but was bigger and had an armored head. Contrary to its ferocious look, it was a herbivore, possessed of back teeth and a big beak-like mouth.
Tyrannosaurus.png Tyrannosaurus A massive bipedal carnivore with tiny arms and gigantic teeth, T-Rex relied on its powerful legs to chase its prey and launch a ferocious attack. Its neck was small in length but very wide, and comprised mostly of muscle instead of bone. This notorious predator lived during the Cretaceous period, ruling it like a king.


Velociraptor.png Velociraptor The Velociraptor (or Raptor) was a small dinosaur (up to 30cm tall), covered in feathers and running on its two back legs. It resembled a big chicken, with a reptilian face. It had large hands with sizable claws, very similar to bird talons. In fact, it even prepared its nests like a modern bird, though it could not fly. Studies have shown that these creatures were very effective when hunting in packs.