|Sell Creep Price:||54|
|Unlock Method:||Speak to the Tinker after completing the shortcut to the Hollow.|
|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 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]
- 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. Additionally, Gungine has a chance to refund ammo upon firing.
- Contractual Obligation - If the player has Devolver, a pool of oil spawns underneath enemies killed using Gungine.
- 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 Hot Rolls synergy, it is possible to generate infinite ammo.
- With both Buckle Up and what engine do you use, Gungine has a chance to gain ammo when fired, because it shoots 3 bullets per shot and each has a chance to be refunded. The Gunslinger always gets this synergy combination.
- 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.
- Since the Gungine replenishes ammo at the start of reloading, interrupting the reload by swapping to another weapon will give the missing ammo without reloading the Gungine. This can allow a single puddle of liquid to give several hundred rounds.
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.