Zink Mini Splatling
It has a very short charge time and more maneuverability than the Heavy Splatling. However, its range is significantly shorter than the and it shoots for less time. Each fully charged attack consumes 15% of the ink tank capacity, allowing users to fire six full charges before needing to refill. Each ink bullet deals enough damage to splat opponents in four hits.
- ▼ Special gauge loss: 50% → up to 60%
- ▼ Special gauge loss: 60% → up to 75%
Official art of an Inkling holding the Zink Mini Splatling.
List of variants
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- In the North American version of Splatoon, when the player is splatted by a Zink Mini Splatling there is a space between the weapon name and the exclamation mark, reading "Splatted by Zink Mini Splatling !" instead of "Splatted by Zink Mini Splatling!" This is the only weapon for which this happens and is not present in other localizations. A space is also present after the name on SplatNet.
Zink Mini Splatling is derived from Mini, a shortening of miniature, and a portmanteau of Splat and Gatling. It has the Zink brand name as a prefix to differentiate it from the Mini Splatling. It also denotes that the weapon is a collaboration with Zink.
スプラスピナーコラボ Supura Supinā Korabo is a combination of either Splat or Splash, and Spinner. Spinner is due to the fact that the barrels of the Mini Splatling rotate while charging and firing. It also has the abbreviated prefix Collab to separate it from Splaspinner and to denote that it is a collaboration. However, unlike the English name, it doesn't specify the brand Zink.
Names in other languages
Supura Supinā Korabo
|Dutch||Zink Mini-Spletling||Zink Mini Splatling|
|French (NOA)||Badigeonneur XP Leviathus|
|French (NOE)||Badigeonneur XS griffé|
|Italian||Mini splatling logo||Mini Splatling Logo|
|Spanish (NOA)||Garabateador Tintaz|
|Spanish (NOE)||Tintralladora ligera B||Light Ink-machine gun B|
Weapons in Splatoon