Kill-a-ton does what his name says. Powering himself up makes him even deadlier!
- Explodes and greatly damages everything nearby
- Increases damage the longer he's alive
- The explosion hurts Humans and Zombies alike
- A gas station worker who has grown to the size of his truck.
- He wears a blue and white button-up worker outfit and a blue baseball cap.
- There is a red logo on his shirt for the company Fossilfuels, which consists of a white brontosaurus with white fire on its back.
- Place him as far away from survivors as possible but not in line of sight of snipers, the longer he is alive, the greater the damage.
- Using a Kill-a-Ton on a different zombie spawn point from the main hoard is a great idea, as it limits the chances of detonating on your own units.
- In combination with a Drone-Geyser, a Kill-a-Ton can deal massive damage anywhere on the map, regardless of spawn points or survivor defense.
- Even though this unit is a suicidal explosive unit, he is considered a tank and has a lot of health.
- With his relations with Fossilfuels, he and the Gasman line were previously co-workers.
- Kerosene - 6% chance to deal 240% damage
- High Octane - Powering up increases damage by 50% instead of 30%
- Short Fuse - Powering up takes 3s instead of 4s
- Decreased Deployment I - decreases deployment cooldown
- Running on Fumes - Start with 1 level of Power
- Peak Oil - Maximum Power of 4 instead of 3
- Decreased Deployment II - Further decreases deployment cooldown
- Approved Container - Explosion does not harm other Zombies
- Concussion Bomb - Explosion stuns