Wires are items that can be purchased from Link's Logic and Wood R Us for $205 Money.


They are lines that can carry a signal from a Pressure Plate, Button, Lever, Signal Sustain or Delay, and any logic gate to activate a connected device. Wires come in a small light blue-grey box. When the wire is active, it will turn a light blue color, showing that it is leading a signal. Although it appears that it might, an active wire does not generate any light despite the color change. A wire can run a maximum of 20 units in length, while its counterpart, the Neon Wire, has a maximum length of 16 units.

When activated, the wire can trigger almost anything that a player can activate. This includes conveyors, lighting fixtures, doors, Hatches, buttons and levers.

Multiple wires can be connected to a single source. This is great for a trigger to activate multiple devices at once.

How to Use

  1. Open the wire box and place the starting position for the wire. This is usually at the output of a gate or trigger.
  2. Place points of the wire where the signal is wanted.
  3. End the wire somewhere, usually at the input of a logic gate or device.
  4. If the wire must be extended, connect another wire to the end of the first wire.

Some devices will not work correctly through logic gates. Using a button as a repeater solves this. Connect the wire to a button, and another to the button's output as the wire to the device.

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