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Microtransaction Gun
Microtransaction Gun
Type: Semiautomatic
Quality: A Quality Item
Magazine Size: Current amount of Money held
Max Ammo: Current amount of Money held
DPS: 44.38 (average)
Damage: 2/8/15/20
Fire Rate: 0.20
Sell Creep Price: 41 Money
Unlock Method: Purchase from Ox and Cadence for 100 Hegemony Credit, or purchase the Microtransaction Gun DLC.
Ammonomicon Entry
Pay To Win
Everyone involved in the production of this gun thought it was a bad idea, but the higher-ups made them build it anyway.

Later, management shut down that gun factory for making a gun no one liked.

Microtransaction Gun is a gun that fires gems, books, money, and figurines of the Gungeoneers in exchange for one Money per shot, listed below.

Item Damage Effect
Figurine of Marine 20 Pierces enemies and bounces around 4 times
Figurine of Pilot 15 Opens locks like the AKEY-47
Figurine of Convict 15 Causes a small Molotov effect at its place of impact
Figurine of Hunter 15 Homes in on enemies
Figurine of a Bullet Kin 8 Charms the enemy on impact
Green crystal 15 None
Book/comic 2 None
Bundle of money 2 None

This gun can also be unlocked immediately by buying the Collector's Edition, or the relevant DLC.

Notes[ | ]

  • Synergy http://merch.devolverdigital.com - If the player also has Mustache, Microtransaction Gun's damage is doubled.
  • Duct-Taping Microtransaction Gun to another gun will no longer take away money per shot, as long as the tape is first used on the Microtransaction Gun.
    • The ammo given by Microtransaction Gun when duct-taped to another weapon is 400, regardless of the amount of money the player has.
  • Items that increase your money are invaluable if attempting to use this weapon, as its relatively rapid fire rate can drain money faster than it is typically gained. High Curse, Coin Crown, Table Tech Money, Loot Bag or Lil' Bomber with its King Bomber synergy can help offset this.
  • Items that increase your bullet output such as Scattershot and Helix Bullets give more opportunities for better bullets to be fired, as each bullet's type is determined indivdually.

Trivia[ | ]

  • The expression "Pay To Win" is derived from micro-transaction-heavy games, where an advantage over other players can be achieved by investing more money in the game.
  • The green crystals this gun fires and uses as its ammo counter may be a reference to "Dungeon Keeper", an iOS game by EA which famously blocked player progress unless they separately purchased green crystals which would greatly speed the game up.
  • Likewise, the gun's Ammonomicon entry is likely a reference to EA shutting down Mythic Entertainment shortly after the release of "Dungeon Keeper", as Dodge Roll was started by a team of ex-Mythic employees.
  • The randomness of its projectiles may be a reference to lootboxes, a common in-game purchasable that provides random items to buyers.
  • The Microtransaction Gun is available as an added DLC on Steam, thus allowing players to make a microtransaction to obtain the Microtransaction Gun immediately rather than unlocking it normally through gameplay.
  • Since the Microtransaction Gun's max ammo and current ammo are both equal to the player's Money, it always reads "Full" if the player tries to collect an ammo box while holding it. This also makes it unnecessary to reload, making items such as Hip Holster, Cog of Battle and Easy Reload Bullets useless on it.
  • The Microtransaction Gun is the second most expensive item sold by Ox and Cadence.
  • The Synergy Synergy http://merch.devolverdigital.com - Is the link to the Devolver Digital merchandise shop

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