The graphics of Joe’s Farm aren’t spectacular, but they get the job done. The large, colorful (though somewhat blocky) models definitely help to get the game’s cartoony feel across. Once you’ve placed a box/bale/barrel in the correct place (easily identified by the large markings on the ground), a green “OK” appears over the object -- this easy-to-see visual clue is a nice way to let the player know he’s on the right track.
Also helping out the somewhat comic atmosphere are the lighthearted music and sound effects. Though there isn’t a lot of variety in the audio aspect of this game, what it has is enough to keep your ears busy as you ponder exactly how to arrange the boxes in front of you.