Quoted from WolfManCat:
This post reminds me that I am in the market for some big juicy melons. Let me know what you got.
“Melony,” in highly sexualized attire (exposing cleavage, midriff, and upper thigh) holding two round melons against her chest. The character of Melony gazes outward at the player. The entire cast of male characters (and animals) surrounding Melony have their gaze affixed upon her. One man reaches out towards her, two men appear “bug-eyed,” and a man and a dog salivate as they stare. The chaos surrounding her is staged as if her attractiveness were the cause of the upheaval. The truck careening towards her also introduces an element of danger to heighten the tension in the scene.
Four images of women exhibit obvious innuendo by holding melons up to their chest. The female figures in the scene look outward, toward the viewer. In the middle of the playfield, the character “Melony” is lying down in a passive pose in a pile of watermelons. Several male figures cast their eyes upon the female figures in the artwork. In addition to the imagery, text plays a large role in the interpretation of the artwork through character speech bubbles. Although the interplay between text and image is important in discerning meaning (however overt this example may be), text analysis on playfield artwork it is outside the scope of this study.
We gotta put together another research study to analyze the text!!