|“||Affects a large area around impact, soaking up to 20 bloons at once.||”|
|~ BTD4 description|
|“||Instead of glueing 1 bloon at a time, splatters 6 bloons at a time.||”|
|~ BTD5 description|
Glue Splatter icon in BTD5
|Game||BTD4, BTD5, BTD Battles, Bloons Monkey City|
|Cost|| $1870 (Easy)|
- While this upgrade is terrific for popping and thinning out regular Bloons in the early game, it becomes nearly useless when blimps come in larger quantities, as it can't affect them. This is unless it is placed perfectly where ceramics start appearing from MOABs, as a Glue Gunner with Bloon Liquefier and Glue Splatter upgrade can take care of everything.
- A good strategy is to use this tower (with this upgrade) until about Round 50. Then sell this tower and use the money to buy new towers or upgrade old ones.
- The tower is wearing the same clothes as a Laser Cannon.
- In BTD4 the Glue Splatter can splat many more Bloons than in BTD5. This is probably due to being a final upgrade and the fact that it has two glue guns instead of one. Since you can get the Glue Hose in BTD5, this makes sense.
- Corrosive Glue is much more effective if you upgrade to this on BTD4.
- BTD4: Splatters up to 20 bloons, however you can only get corrosive glue, (pops bloons once every 2 seconds).
- BTD5: This can only splatter up to 6 bloons, however, you can make the glue pop once every 2 seconds, twice every second, or ten times every second!
- A 0/2 glue gunner wears suits, possibly to avoid the mess of the sticky glue.
- The artwork in BTD5 HD is opening his mouth, then in contrast in BTD5, he is closing his mouth calmly but later in BMC he is showing his teeth.