Nine-Year-Old Creates Arcade From Cardboard Boxes

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When Jonathan Liu wrote about the five best toys of all time, he was sure to mention the cardboard box. Caine Monroy, a nine-year-old from Los Angeles decided to add some packing tape and take the cardboard box a step further by creating an entire arcade from boxes and tape.

The arcade is located in his father’s auto parts store, which supplies Caine’s endless needs for more cardboard. His dad says Caine has a curious mind and loves to take things apart – although he’s not very good about putting them back together yet. Still, Caine has ingeniously created a series of games, some more challenging than others.

He’ll sell you a number of tickets or a discounted fun pass that’ll give you extra chances to win; he even has an inventory of prizes for winning the games. The arcade is open Saturdays 8-5 and Sundays by appointment. The good feeling you’ll get from watching this video will last all week.

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