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* If the game's sense of space physics were at all realistic, deactivating just ''one'' engine would have saved Planet Bomber. The Dark Star would have shifted if not spiraled off-course and away from Planet Bomber.

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* If the game's sense of space physics were at all realistic, deactivating just ''one'' engine would have saved Planet Bomber. The Dark Star would have shifted if not spiraled off-course and away from Planet Bomber.Bomber.
** And even if it remained on course, disabling all of the engines would not have the Dark Star just come to a halt. By sheer momentum, it would actually end up catching onto Planet Bomber's orbit... [[MortonsFork and manage to destroy it anyway.]]


* If the game's sense of space physics were at all realistic, deactivating just ''one'' engine would have saved Planet Bomber. The Dark Star would have shifted - if not spiraled - off-course and away from Planet Bomber.

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* If the game's sense of space physics were at all realistic, deactivating just ''one'' engine would have saved Planet Bomber. The Dark Star would have shifted - if not spiraled - off-course and away from Planet Bomber.

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* If the game's sense of space physics were at all realistic, deactivating just ''one'' engine would have saved Planet Bomber. The Dark Star would have shifted - if not spiraled - off-course and away from Planet Bomber.

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