Wireworld extended by Flamore

Wireworld is an cellular automaton suited to simulating electronic logic


Wireworld is a cellular automaton first proposed by Brian Silverman in 1987, as part of his program Phantom Fish Tank. It subsequently became more widely known as a result of an article in the "Computer Recreations" column of Scientific American. Wireworld is particularly suited to simulating electronic logic elements, or "gates", and Wireworld is Turing-complete.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wireworld

Currently it features XYZ movement of electrons.