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BOMB explodes when it touches nearly any other particle.
When BOMB explodes, all particles within an 8 pixel radius are removed and replaced by at 9725.85°C, with pressure produced. This EMBR 'shrapnel' is ejected at the explosion temperature after explosion occurs, causing damage. However, the shrapnel's conductivity rapidly decreases with its life and will cease to exist after a while.
The following elements do not trigger BOMB, and survive BOMB explosions:
Walls are immune to BOMB.
BOMB particles do not trigger each other, but are able to destroy each other if triggered by something else.
EMBR does not trigger BOMB, so the EMBR shrapnel from explosions will not trigger other BOMB particles.