Caine Monroy from L.A. built his own faux gaming palace out of cardboard, operated it out of his dad's used auto parts store, and was the subject of a film.

Children are by nature extremely imaginative and creative. For instance, we transformed our parents' house into a 24-hour General Store when we were younger. Meet nine-year-old, Caine Monroy from Los Angeles who loved arcade games so much he devoted time to constructing his own magical arcade out of cardboard and packing tape found in his Dad's used auto parts store. Caine's ingenuity is astounding – operating the arcade out of the front of the store, games included versions of soccer, basketball, and even a claw game.

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