Covert Action - Game Elements - Electronics


Electronics in the game involves the manipulation of circuit boards to either perform wiretapping or vehicle tracing.

In the wiretapping mini-game, players attempt to either cut or to connect current flowing through a set of power lines to a number of phone icons, in order to listen in to conversations. At the same time, players must avoid disturbing the lines connected to alarms. The game is played by re-arranging the junctions through which power flows to produce the desired results.

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