A popular Regina arcade is set to sell off it’s old games.
The Wonderland Arcade on Broad Street was entering it’s 41 year in business in the city before a fire at the neighbouring Lang’s Café caused significant damage to businesses near it.
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The building in which Wonderland was set up in was significantly damaged when the second story of Lang’s was knocked onto it’s roof. Significant water damage was also sustained.
As a result, several games and other memorabilia from the arcade is set to be auctioned off by McDougall Auctioneers.
“I started myself in here 36 years ago,” said Loren McDougall, President of McDougall Auctioneers, who noted it was an honour to be able to auction off these products.
Interested buyers in some memorabilia can have a look at at an evening viewing on October 18th, with bidding closing on October 25th. And, according to McDougall, there’s no shortage of classic memorabilia.
“Off the top, some of them, PacMan, Miss Pacman, Big Buck Hunter, there’s Golden Tee.”