Caine’s Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Caine Monroy loves arcades so much, he built his own out of cardboard. The nine-year-old set up shop at his dad’s auto parts store in East Los Angeles, and wasn’t getting any customers until an independent filmmaker decided to set up a flashmob through the Internet to bring in more customers than even Caine could possibly imagine.

Take a look at the pictures below to see the day where Caine’s Arcade became the best-known cardboard arcade in the world.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Caine Monroy, 9, stands in front of his cardboard arcade inside his father’s auto parts store in East Los Angeles.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Independent filmmaker Nirvan Mullick chats with Caine.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Caine shows off his cardboard basketball game.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Flashmob participants make signs for Caine’s Arcade.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Signs made by flashmob participant point to Caine’s Arcade.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

A flashmob stands outside Caine’s Arcade.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

A happy customer stands in Cain’s Arcade.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

A young boy play’s Caine’s cardboard soccer game.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Caine pulls out tickets for player’s to exchange for prizes.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

A young girl plays Caine’s cardboard crane game.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games
A young girl shows off her Fun Pass, which costs only two dollars for 500 turns.

Caine's Arcade: Wonder World Of Cardboard Games

Caine gets a line of high-fives from the flashmob.

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