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Type: Automatic
Quality: 1S Quality Item.png
Magazine Size: 100
Max Ammo: 800
Reload Time: 1.25s
Damage: 5
Fire Rate: 0.05
Shot Speed: 35
Range: 1,000
Force: 15
Sell Creep Price: 54 Money.png
Unlock Method: Speak to the Tailor after completing the shortcut to the Hollow.
Ammonomicon Entry
12 Cylinder
Move faster. Reloading converts goop into ammo.

Old technology, but reliable. The Gungine, once revved up, emits 40x more bullets than it was rated for.

Gungine is a gun that increases movement speed by 2.25 while held. Reloading while standing on a liquid (such as water, oil, fire, poison, and red liquid created by Blobulons) clears the liquid in a small circle around the player and replenishes the ammo missing in the current magazine. This does not work while flying. While held, the player is immune to fire.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Synergy.png Buckle Up - If the player has Ammo Belt, continuously moving with Gungine held gives the player a yellow glow, significantly increasing Gungine's rate of fire. The glow disappears if the player stops moving.
  • Synergy.png Contractual Obligation - If the player has Devolver, a pool of oil spawns underneath enemies killed using Gungine.
  • Synergy.png what engine do you use - If player also has Unity, it fires a spread of three bullets per shot, but fires at 1/5th of its original speed.
  • Together with Bug Boots or the Synergy.png Hot Rolls synergy, it is possible to generate infinite ammo.
  • Chambers such as Black Powder Mine and Oubliette also allow for near unlimited ammo regeneration due to a large presence of liquids on each of the chambers. Oil lamps on the walls can be shot to create extra liquid.
  • Items that refund some ammo, such as Zombie Bullets, are ignored by the reload effect, so it is possible to end up with more bullets than you fired.
  • If the player currently has flight, Gungine's reload effect will not work.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • This gun is a reference to the Vlambeer game Luftrausers, which features a bullet-firing engine of the same name.
  • It also seems to be a play on “Gungeon,” the name of the game.

See also[edit | edit source]