Analog Arcade Bar wants you to gobble ghosts to help beat cancer

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Pinky Pac is a special edition Ms. Pac Man game used as a cancer fighting fundraiser

Analog Arcade Bar – which opened earlier this year at the corner of 3rd and Brady streets in downtown Davenport – is hosting the Ms. Pac-Man for a Cure: Breast Cancer Awareness Tour – from Aug. 1 to Aug. 15.

A custom built Ms. Pac-Man arcade cabinet known as “Pinky Pac” was built and donated by Prince Arcades to raise breast cancer awareness and funding for the Breast Care Center at Amida Health, Bolingbrook Medical Center in Bolingbrook, IL. Art design and artwork was donated by Arcade Innovations.

“Pinky Pac” will be playable at Analog Arcade Bar from August 1 to August 15.  The game will be free to play; however, donations are encouraged to support the cause during its Midwest tour.

Other “Pinky Pac” tour stops include:

·         August 19- 21: Bolingbrook Jubilee Carnival, Prince Arcades Arcade Tent

·         August 22-28: 8-Bit Beercade, Peoria,  IL

·         August 28 -31: Tokens & Tankards, Mount Prospect, IL

·         September 1: Foundation Auction in Bolingbrook

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