Wire & Loop Buzzer Games

Our talented electrical expert, John, has built three “Wire and Loop Buzzer” games. Two are for 297 Squadron (Musselburgh) Air Cadets, and the third is for The Meeting Place group that meets in the Scout Hall on Mondays. It may look easy, but the game is harder than it looks – the author of this article can vouch for that!

At the Air Cadet squadron, lots of the younger cadets spent the evening trying to complete the task without setting off the buzzer. This proved more difficult than first thought so lots of frustrated players!

A few of The Meeting Place members also tried their version of the game, and one manged to complete it without touching the wire! Success! The group was also visited by Sue Webber MSP, who was encouraged to try her hand at the game. There is no record of whether she was successful…

The two games that John made for the Air Cadets
One of the older members of the Air Cadet squadron trying his hand at the game. What is John saying?
Good fun trying the game at The Meeting Place
John demonstrating how the game works
Sue Webber MSP showing her skills at the game

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