Sticky Bomb

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Sticky Bomb
  • Sticky Bomb item spriteold Sticky Bomb item sprite
Statistics
Type
Damage100
Knockback0 (No knockback)
Use time25 (Fast)
Velocity5
TooltipA small explosion that will destroy most tiles
'Tossing may be difficult.'
Max stack99 Desktop and Mobile versions / 50 Console VersionOld-gen console version3DS version
Rarity00*Rarity level: 0
Sell1
Research99 required
Projectile created
  • Sticky Bomb
    Sticky Bomb
A Sticky Bomb thrown at a wall.

Sticky Bombs are a type of explosive crafted from Bombs and Gel. They can be used as a mining tool or a weapon, although generally the former. When used, a Sticky Bomb is thrown a few blocks away from the player and sticks to the first solid tile it touches (including a ceiling or a platform). If the tile it sticks to is removed by some means, it will fall until it hits another tile. After 3 seconds, it will explode, inflicting 100 points of damage to nearby enemies and destroying multiple blocks around it. The player can also inflict harm to themselves if not careful.

Sticky Bombs can destroy almost any block (with some exceptions), which can then be collected.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipes[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Sticky BombSticky BombBy Hand
total: 1 row(s)

Used in[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Sticky Dirt BombSticky Dirt BombDesktop and Mobile versionsBy Hand
total: 1 row(s)

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Sticky Bombs can be very useful for clearing an area, as they are more precise than their non-sticky counterpart and much safer. However, they have a shorter overall reach.
    • Thus, they are particularly useful when trying to destroy Crimson Hearts or Shadow Orbs as the player will not need to create barriers to keep them from rolling away.
  • While the Sticky Bomb sells for 1, its ingredients only sell for 61, hence it is more profitable to craft Bombs into Sticky Bombs and sell them than selling the ingredients.

History[edit | edit source]