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Atomic bomb

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Atomic bomb

Atomic bomb explosion.png

Recipe

Time icon.png
50
+
Explosives.png
10
+
Rocket control unit.png
10
+
Uranium-235.png
30
Atomic bomb.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
1k
+
Copper plate.png
325
+
Explosives.png
10
+
Iron plate.png
150
+
Plastic bar.png
100
+
Processing unit.png
10
+
Uranium-235.png
30

Recipe

Time icon.png
50
+
Explosives.png
10
+
Rocket control unit.png
10
+
Uranium-235.png
30
Atomic bomb.png
1

Total raw

Time icon.png
1.4k
+
Copper plate.png
950
+
Explosives.png
10
+
Iron plate.png
300
+
Plastic bar.png
200
+
Processing unit.png
10
+
Uranium-235.png
30

Stack size

10

Range

66

Damage

400 explosion

Area of effect size

35

Used as ammunition by

Rocket launcher.png

Prototype type

ammo

Internal name

atomic-bomb

Required technologies

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Boosting technologies

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Weapon shooting speed (research).png

Produced by

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Assembling machine 2.png
Assembling machine 3.png
Player.png

Atomic bombs are very expensive alternative ammunition for the rocket launcher. They deal incredible damage over a wide area, capable of wiping out groups of enemies with ease. They will also kill even the most heavily-armored player, so they should be fired from a great distance.

Instead of dealing all of its damage in a single explosion, the atomic bomb creates a wave of 2000 small, high-damage explosions in an expanding ring. Each small explosion deals 400 Explosion damage in a radius of 3, and the ring expands to cover a radius of 35.

Gallery

Demonstration of the explosion.

History

See also