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The electricity and metal actually have a cell algorithm built in called

Diodes. The light yellow part is the front of the electron.

WireWorld. You can make computers!! The photo is an example of a diode made with this. As you can see, there are two identical widgets, but the "electrons" are only passing through one. Diodes only let electrons travel through them in one direction. To learn more, google "WireWorld". You can see an animated prime calculator! You can spawn more electricity in metal by making clocks. Clocks are loops of metal with electricity passing through it. As the electricity passes by the exit of the clock, a new electron will be spawned in the metal.
The sandbox clock

An example of a clock.

Try coming up with creative uses for WireWorld that use your circuits to control physical processes, such as temperature, plants, and - you guessed it - explosives.

DrCheez 15:51, June 15, 2012 (UTC)


Here's a fun but difficult game you can play in The Sandbox.

Playing the game

  1. Entirely cover the bottom of the screen with lava.
  2. Turn Temperature on.
  3. If you want, change your pen size - the bigger, the more difficult.
  4. Select oil.
  5. Begin drawing on the lava so your pen will ignite.
  6. Quickly pull your mouse away from the lava.
  7. Now the fire will climb up the trail of oil left behind.
  8. Try to prevent the fire from reaching your mouse.
  9. Keep the mouse button held down! No cheating! It will give you an amazing thing to see and save

DrCheez 15:51, June 15, 2012 (UTC)

Expand and sandEdit

  1. Make a virticle line of Expand
  2. Make a line of metal to power it
  3. Supply a constant stream of electros
  4. Clear part of the bottom bound of the screen (or make an infinite acid bath below some glass, if you want a free-standing system)
  5. Use a single multi to create a stream of sand or dirt. Use glass to focus the stream so that it falls on the side of the expand column opposite the wire.
  6. Enjoy!