Every year, gamers spend literally billions of dollars buying in-game digital objects to improve their experience or just spruce up the look of their digital avatars. A large chunk of that business comes from loot boxes—virtual crates full of random in-game items—which seems suspiciously like gambling. Now, the FTC is considering regulating this process, but the market for in-game items will likely thrive no matter what happens. In this game, we try to pin down the pricing on some of the most expensive digital items ever sold. Some of the prices are totally absurd.