This led me to thinking, what if you could use a Boinger as a mercenary to be hired by your force? So, I came up with these stats for a Boing user. Type: Infantry Minion. Move 2D10", Agility +1, Shoot +0, Melee +0, Melee Dice 2D, Will +0, Armour Special, Hits 1. Cost 60 Credits (includes 40 Credits for the cost of the Boing suit). To move, a Boing user must pass an Agility check to determine the direction of the bounce. A failure results in him bouncing in a random direction. I suggest rolling 1D12 to determine the direction, with 12 being the direction you wanted to travel in but you can use whatever method works best for you. Distance moved is determined by rolling two dice and adding their results together. If this causes the model to exit a table edge, they are removed from the game. For a Boing user to attack another model, make a Melee strike as normal. If the Boing user succeeds, the target takes 1d5 Hits of damage with no Armour save allowed. This is deliberately less than that of the Boing Attack random event because they are not bouncing from such a great height. Boing is impervious to any attack except Laser weapons or those that cause Fire. For these attacks Boing has AP+0. A Boing user may not use any weapons whilst encased in Boing. The following may hire a Boing user as a mercenary - Ape Gang, Futsie, Mobsters or Street Gang.
If you'd like to make your own Boingers, here's the link to where I bought my clear plastic baubles from - https://www.amazon.co.uk/OurWarm-Transparent-Fillable-Christmas-Decoration/dp/B01JG89A8Y/ref=pd_rhf_pe_p_img_1?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=24S8NBEX8S3DMJP35EMG
Please do be aware, these come from China and I had to wait four weeks for mine to arrive. They were well packaged and arrived safely. You can buy them in packs of 10, 20, 50 or 100. Prices are very reasonable - £3.69 for ten 40mm diameter baubles with free post and packing to the UK.