The title of Melee Man, a pixelated action platformer by The Village Blacksmith (formally of Epic Shadow) and David Vs. Goliath probably was decided on before the game was developed. First of all, the guy has a gun and sucks at melee. Secondly, he looks a lot more like that dude from Dig Dug than Dr. Light's creation. Thirdly, it was put together in a week, so it's probable that redoing the title screen wasn't high on the priority list. Onomastic incongruity aside though, it's a really nice game. It's designed to the 160x144 resolution of the Gameboy Color, and, along with the kicking chiptune soundtrack, truly feels like an unreleased prototype for what would have been a really cool cartridge. It's not perfect: the backgrounds are often cluttery, making it hard to tell what is a land-on-able platform and what isn't. Combined with the finickiness of some of the jumps expected, this feels a little unfair. That said, Melee has a nice difficulty curve and that overall old-school feel that all retro games aspire to. In conclusion: Pew! Pew!