Coins are items that randomly fall from the sky during rounds. Coins are also dropped from Midas Bombs. Your coins are summed up at the end of each round or when you lose, as a Bonus. There are currently five types of coins that can be interacted with:
Bronze Coins Edit
Bronze Coins are the most common of all, granting 1 Credit on pick up (3 with Triple Coins). As the name suggests, they are bronze.
Silver Coins Edit
Silver Coins are more rare than it's Bronze counterpart, granting 2 Credits on pick up (6 with Triple Coins). They are white and emit a slight shine of the same color.
Gold Coins Edit
Gold Coins are the second rarest coins in the game, but they grant 3 Credits on pick up (9 with Triple Coins). They emit a golden shine.
Small Gold Coins Edit
These coins only drop at high intensities and they're not too rare, granting 5 Credits on pick up (15 with Triple Coins). They're sometimes hard to spot.
Fake Coins Edit
Fake Coins are dropped from players that use the Fake Coin skill. The coin's color depends on the skill's level. Once a player touches the coin, it beeps quickly before exploding for mediocre damage. This can be avoided by jumping on and off every coin you pick up. This may also be avoided by looking at the coin. Real coins are thicker, if you see a oddly thin coin then that's probably a fake one.
Red Coins Edit
Red Coins are extremely rare, probably rarer than gems but give a whopping 10 credits when grabbed (30 with Triple Coins).
Purple Coins Edit
Purple Coins are even more rarer than other coins and give 50 credits (150 with Triple Coins). Also you can fart when you get this coin, killing all other players, which makes it all the better.