After years of working on mobile and downloadable titles, Toronto-based indie studio Capy put out its first retail release this month, Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes for the Nintendo DS, but there's one special build for the addictive puzzle/RPG game that you won't find in stores.

According to one of the game's developers, his 5-year-old loved the game so much that he drew a title screen for the game. "He's been a big fan and a great tester, so I decided to make a special build with his drawing," says Buckets. "With a little help exporting the art from [Capy president and co-founder Nathan Vella], we were able to play what is arguably the best version of Clash in existence!"

As you can see below, the alternate art is an epic piece. It's a shame it wasn't included in the final build.