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The Sliquifier is a buildable Wonder Weapon that makes an appearance in the zombie map, Die Rise. This buildable weapon is made of four parts and fires an unknown purple liquid substance which creates a bubbly puddle on the floor that both players and zombies can slip on. Zombies can explode if they come in direct contact with the liquid when the weapon is fired. One shot can kill every Zombie in a group, as the blast chains (similarly to the Wunderwaffe DG-2, but at a much slower pace). Unlike the Jet Gun, it is not used in the equipment slot, but rather as a weapon. If a player holding the Sliquifier goes down and dies, or trades it in for something else, it will automatically be obtainable in the mystery box.

Part Locations

Note: All parts are located in the same building. Including the power, the player must buy one door. Clearing the debris blocking the staircase is optional, as the area above it is accessible by elevator.

Manniquin Foot: Near the top of the staircase, next to the television. This part never moves. Used as a stock.

Gas Canister: It is either next to where the Sliquifier is built in a green cage, or somewhere next to the power switch on a table. Used as a propellent.

Handbrake: It is either in the power room on the tables by the elevators, or by the fridge near where you build the Sliquifier. Used as the trigger and grip.

Wires and discs: It is either on the barrel next to where the debris was bought, or it is in the room upstairs with the showers and washing machines on a wooden stand. Used as the main body of the gun.

Crafting Table: It is located in the room below the power room.


Slippery When Undead (15 Gamerscore/ Bronze Trophy Bronze Trophy PS3 icon) - In Die Rise, kill 5 zombies with a single shot from the Sliquifier.



  • It shares the same crosshairs with the Flamethrower, Flamethrower (attachment), and the Black Hat PDA.
  • It cannot be Pack-a-Punched.
  • The purple liquid it fires lasts about 20 to 25 seconds on the ground.
  • Zombies that cross through its liquid will slip, stumble, and fall; players also slide across its surface when passing over it, so caution should be taken to avoid any inadvertent collisions with approaching zombies or accidentally sliding off of the map.
  • Unlike the Jet Gun, which is also buildable, the Sliquifier does not destroy itself from overusage, it will simply run out of ammo. This is most likely due to the fact that the Sliquifier occupies the weapon slot, whereas the Jet Gun occupies the equipment slot.
  • A single shot can kill every zombie in a group as long as unaffected zombies come into contact with an affected zombie, creating a sequential cascade of exploding zombies. This is similar to the Wunderwaffe DG-2, though the Wunderwaffe DG-2 can only kill up to 10 zombies at once, while the Sliquifier has the capacity to kill every zombie present on the map at once (should they all be in close proximity with each other).
  • This is the first and only buildable in Call of Duty: Black Ops II that can appear in the Mystery Box.
  • Oddly, the player holds the stock (mannequin foot) with the right hand and the trigger/grip (handbrake) with the left hand in third-person, unlike any other gun in the Call of Duty series. This is maybe due to the short stock.
  • If a player moves across the slick while downed, the movement is much slower, as opposed to when walking over it normally where the player quickly slides across.
  • When the player kills a zombie using Galvaknuckles while holding the Sliquifier, the character may say a line about killing it with the Sliquifier, rather than the Galvaknuckles.
  • The Sliquifier appears with a large unknown scope along with the Ray Gun and Vector K10 in an image on the multiplayer map Studio.
  • The Sliquifier is the most powerful finite-damage weapon in Zombies, being able to kill zombies in a single shot up until Round 100.
  • Like the Ray Gun, the Sliquifier than inflict splash damage to players if fired too close to the zombies, and it will momentarily stun the player upon fired in a close quarter engagement.
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