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''Morningstar'' is a free [[PointAndClickGame Point and Click]] AdventureGame, made by Red Herring Labs in 2009 and [[WebGames available]] [[https://armorgames.com/play/3814/morningstar here]], on the Website/ArmorGames website. It also has a remake available for purchase on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, called ''Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock'', which updates the graphics and interface, and provides an extended ending sequence with additional puzzles.

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''Morningstar'' is a free [[PointAndClickGame Point and Click]] AdventureGame, made by Red Herring Labs in 2009 and [[WebGames available]] [[https://armorgames.com/play/3814/morningstar here]], on the Website/ArmorGames Armor Games website. It also has a remake available for purchase on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, called ''Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock'', which updates the graphics and interface, and provides an extended ending sequence with additional puzzles.


* AndADietCoke: When Powell asks the captain if there was anything else he was supposed to bring to the ship (after receiving a long list) Captain Novak orders a lunch with a cheeseburger, large fries, and a diet cola.

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* AndADietCoke: When In the original only, when Powell asks the captain if there was anything else he was supposed to bring to the ship (after receiving a long list) Captain Novak orders a lunch with a cheeseburger, large fries, and a diet cola.


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* GuideDangIt: Have fun figuring out that you can use buddha statue to bend a pole and make a crowbar. This is one of the few things changed in the remake.


* AndADietCoke: When Powell asks the captain if there was anything else he was supposed to bring to the ship (after recieving a long list) Captain Novak orders a lunch with a cheeseburger, large fries, and a diet cola.

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* AndADietCoke: When Powell asks the captain if there was anything else he was supposed to bring to the ship (after recieving receiving a long list) Captain Novak orders a lunch with a cheeseburger, large fries, and a diet cola.


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''Morningstar'' is a free [[PointAndClickGame Point and Click]] AdventureGame made by Red Herring Labs and available [[WebGames online.]] It also has remake available for purchase on Steam, called ''Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock'', with updated graphics and interface, and an extended ending sequence with additional puzzles.

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''Morningstar'' is a free [[PointAndClickGame Point and Click]] AdventureGame AdventureGame, made by Red Herring Labs in 2009 and available [[WebGames online.]] available]] [[https://armorgames.com/play/3814/morningstar here]], on the Website/ArmorGames website. It also has a remake available for purchase on Steam, UsefulNotes/{{Steam}}, called ''Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock'', with updated which updates the graphics and interface, and provides an extended ending sequence with additional puzzles.



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* {{Shoutout}}: One of the cargo containers is full of [[VideoGame/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade fine leather jackets]].

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* {{Shoutout}}: ShoutOut: One of the cargo containers is full of [[VideoGame/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade fine leather jackets]].

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* {{Shoutout}}: One of the cargo containers is full of [[VideoGame/IndianaJonesAndTheLastCrusade fine leather jackets]].


* HiddenInPlainSight: The enemy that attacked the crew of the Armstrong? [[spoiler: They didn't create the stone heads found across the world; they are the stone heads.]]

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* HiddenInPlainSight: The enemy enemies that attacked the crew of the Armstrong? [[spoiler: They didn't create It turns out to be the Moai-like stone heads that can be found scattered across the world; they are the stone heads.world.]]

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After running into a strange gravity anomaly, the space vessel Morningstar crash lands into a barren alien world planet of life. With the captain injured and the engineer dead, Powell finds himself the only one capable of repairing the ship and escape back into outer space. But the Morningstar isn't the only ship to crash into this world. A larger military ship crashed a long time ago, and all the crew died from unnatural means. Powell may have to discover the truth behind this incident and the world he's stranded on in order to return home safely.

''Morningstar'' is a free [[PointAndClickGame Point and Click]] AdventureGame made by Red Herring Labs and available [[WebGames online.]] It also has remake available for purchase on Steam, called ''Morningstar: Descent to Deadrock'', with updated graphics and interface, and an extended ending sequence with additional puzzles.

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!This game provides examples of the following:

*AndADietCoke: When Powell asks the captain if there was anything else he was supposed to bring to the ship (after recieving a long list) Captain Novak orders a lunch with a cheeseburger, large fries, and a diet cola.
*ApocalypticLog: Multiple of the Armstrong crew carried around logs that detailed some of the last moments of their lives.
*BridgeLogic: Used to cross the gorge.
*CombinatorialExplosion: Powell will helpfully (and sometimes sarcastically) explain why two objects can't be used together, such as "X is too short" or "Y is missing Z."
*HiddenInPlainSight: The enemy that attacked the crew of the Armstrong? [[spoiler: They didn't create the stone heads found across the world; they are the stone heads.]]
*HintSystem: Powell can radio Novak for a clue on what to do next.
*PercussiveMaintenance: Screwing the panel of the power conduit box back on isn't enough to fix it. You also need to whack it with a wrench.
*RedHerring: You can pick up a literal red herring. Naturally, there's nothing you can do with it.
*SleeperStarship: Hibernation chambers are used for space travel.
*TemptingFate: If Powell examines the first stone head he runs across, he'll comment on how creepy it is and how and how he's glad that it doesn't have eyes. Naturally he runs into stone heads with eyes later.
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