As far as the characters themselves – they all have great textures and are full of detail and life, making these various critters seem to appear almost real. One odd problem which I noticed was the fact that the game didn't use my screen to its fullest. I'm not saying it was in letterbox, I actually tend to like that look. The game just didn't display as a full screen. I got the impression that I was looking through a window or at a picture with a really thick black frame (even after adjusting my resolution to 800 x 600). This was a bit disheartening and caused me to spend a bit of time trying to find a way to make the game use my whole screen instead of actually playing the game. After a while, I got past this and ignored the wasted screen, and instead got into the game.
The sound and music does a wonderful job of conveying a cheerful attitude to the situation, and does a great job of allowing the gamer to focus on the tasks he or she has to do. With its cheerful background music and sound effects, I really got the feeling I was in Mia’s world.