| ||For an overview of Sugar Bombs in the Fallout series of games, see Sugar Bombs.|
Sugar Bombs is a pre-War breakfast cereal that can be found all around the Wasteland, packaged in white and blue boxes with a red ovoid logo at the top, fully labeled as "Sugar Bombs breakfast cereal". Numerous promotional posters can be found posted on walls around the wasteland, touting Sugar Bombs' "explosive great taste!", and some supposedly contain a "free Captain Cosmos decoder ring", though one is yet to be found. The cereal pieces themselves are modeled after atomic bombs, resembling the Fat Man, or perhaps more relevantly, a mini nuke.
Within Fallout: New Vegas, Sugar Bombs are now individually distinct from most other "basic" food items. The most obvious difference from Fallout 3 is that they now provide a limited boost to the player's maximum Action Points, similar to chems like jet or rocket. Comparatively this boost is small, but stacks with other similar effects while not carrying any risk of addiction.
Survival Skill effectEdit
|10||+1 Hit Point for 7s, +6 Action points for 30s||-36 Starvation|
|20||+1 Hit Point for 7s, +7 Action points for 30s||-42 Starvation|
|30||+1 Hit Point for 7s, +8 Action points for 30s||-48 Starvation|
|40||+1 Hit Point for 7s, +9 Action points for 30s||-54 Starvation|
|50||+2 Hit Point for 7s, +10 Action points for 30s||-60 Starvation|
|60||+2 Hit Point for 7s, +11 Action points for 30s||-66 Starvation|
|70||+2 Hit Point for 7s, +12 Action points for 30s||-72 Starvation|
|80||+2 Hit Point for 7s, +13 Action points for 30s||-78 Starvation|
|90||+2 Hit Point for 7s, +14 Action points for 30s||-84 Starvation|
|100||+3 Hit Point for 7s, +15 Action points for 30s||-90 Starvation|
- Note: Radiation is not affected by Survival skill level.
Sugar Bombs are used as ingredients in several crafting recipes:
Apart from appearing randomly in refrigerators and similar containers, there are numerous fixed locations where Sugar Bombs are certain to appear:
|Freeside||2 boxes can be stolen off the shelf at Mick and Ralph's Store.|
|General store Honest Hearts||6 can be found at the end of the shelf on the right hand side when you walk in.|
|Goodsprings||1 box on shelf in the Doc Mitchell's house.|
|Goodsprings gas station||1 box on a shelf.|
|New Vegas Strip||2 boxes are sold by a street vendor.|
|East pump station||2 "owned" boxes on the shelf to the left as you walk inside, must be stolen.|
|Nipton||1 box near Boxcars in the Nipton General Store.|
|Novac|| 6-7 boxes that can be bought from Cliff at the Dino-Bite Gift Shop.|
1 box can be found in your motel room after you obtain the key.
1 box can be found in Daisy Whitman's motel room on a table.
1 box can be found in Jeannie May Crawford's house on the kitchen counter.
|Tribal village||2 boxes on shelves in the southern-most tent.|
|Brooks Tumbleweed ranch||2 box inside the ranch's kitchen area on the shelves to the right.|
|Westside||2 boxes stolen off the shelf at Klamath Bob's Liquor Store.|
|Z-9 Crotalus DNA preservation lab Old World Blues (add-on)||3 boxes to the right of enterance in abox in a cabinet.|
- Cliff Briscoe of the Dino Bite gift shop in Novac.
- Dead Money Sierra Madre vending machine - Many locations in the Sierra Madre and in the Abandoned Brotherhood of Steel bunker - Can be bought in infinite quantities, as far as your Sierra Madre chip supply allows.
- Come Fly With Me - If you choose to reveal to Chris Haversam that he is not a ghoul in the quest Come Fly With Me, he will request 3 boxes of Sugar Bombs along with the thrust control module and Isotope-239 igniting agent, in order to sabotage the Bright Brotherhood's journey to the Far Beyond.