This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town. All information here is for historical reference only.


The Game Preserve was a game store owned by Derrick Bang.

For 18 years, Derrick provided the community with a very classy game store. The store was located in the middle of the block, bound by 2nd, 3rd, D, and E.


  • A rotating rack of puzzles
  • A case of darts
  • A selection of books
  • Chess sets and various other games
  • Miniatures
  • Role playing manuals
  • Shelves filled with a wonderful selection of games
  • An oversize crossword puzzle was located near the counter, and each time you came in, you could see the progress made on the puzzle.


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2006-04-19 09:05:19   When did this place close? —ArlenAbraham

2006-04-19 10:58:58   Late 90's, I use to buy all my miniatures and D&D books here :) —JamesSchwab

2011-08-04 14:45:48   This guy DID NOT like the kids touching stuff in his shop. Granted, there was some delicate expensive stuff (models, figurines, etc.) but the guy was a real jerk to us kids. Still, it was the only place in town to get RPG stuff, so gladly we forked over our parents' money to him anyway. —OldDavis73