The claymation-style graphics of Kindergarten keeps children entertained and involved in the game as they go through the many missions and search out fruit and vegetables for the abnormal wolf.
The colorful and highly detailed locations found throughout the game also add to Didi and Ditto's enjoyment, giving young gamers plenty of areas to click on just to see what happens. The characters themselves also allow the children's imaginations to run wild as they match patterns, shapes, colors, sounds and numbers.
Sound is pretty fair, though there were several occasions where the sound clips either didn't play or weren't available. For instance, while helping Tiny Turtle match bubble shapes, whenever you complete a segment, the turtle's head comes up and his lips start moving but alas, no sound comes out. Though this was a rare occurrence, it was definitely noticeable and detracted from the game.