Remember the Before Times, when we could interact with people from other tribes and play games of blood bowl with ACTUAL 3D MINIATURES and determine outcomes by rolling treasured and loathed cubical objects that now lay dormant in your bag? Me neither.
Anyway, in the unlikely event of that sort of thing becoming commonplace again, you might be interested in having flashbacks of your lockdown games by creating a portable version of the FUMBBL sounds on your phone.
Download this file
(Or you can pick and choose from here https://fumbbl.com/sounds/
The sounds are in one of the folders of this 20MB archive. You might have to change its extension (rename it) from .jar to .zip
Then you will have to extract the files and BOOM, you can play them whenever something relevant happens in your tabletop games. People won't judge you. I promise.
Slightly more structured way:
If you've done the above bit you might want something more than your music app or files folder as a way to access this.
There's a lot of soundboard apps, the one I've chosen to use is Custom Soundboard on Google play store. Dunno if it exists for apple products too.
Once you have installed it, you can import audio files from your phone and make a selection of buttons. There's a multiple import function but then you'll have to go and select which ones you want to keep. I guess pickup/catch/click are not exactly interesting for everyone as chainsaw or the flung fling sound.
Anyway let me know if there's something I've missed in this explanation and if anything can be improved with it.