Meltdown - If the player also has Gamma Ray, Gamma Ray branches twice to form a spread of 5 beams, and using Big Boy refills 100 ammo on the Gamma Ray. Ammo restoration only works if Gamma Ray is held when activating Big Boy.
This item's secondary effect that transforms all Bullet Kin into Mutated Bullet Kin may be a reference to the mutating and gene altering effects found in animal species found near nuclear disasters such as Chernobyl.
It could also be a reference to the Ghoul enemies from Fallout, which are humans that have been mutated and turned feral by nuclear radiation.
This item's quote is a reference to I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire by The Ink Spots, a song famously used in Fallout.
The name Big Boy is a reversal of "Little Boy", the code-name for the nuclear bomb which was dropped on the city of Hiroshima in 1945.
It may also be a reference to a unique Fat Man nuclear propulsion device, which shares the Big Boy's name, from Fallout 4.
The icon of this item likely refers to the Moscow-Washington hotline, commonly referred to as the "Red Telephone" (despite it not being an actual telephone, but rather a text-based system).
Big Boy was reduced in quality from to in .
The explosion created by Big Boy looks identical to that which appears when defeating the Lich.
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