Graphically, all of the characters, from the various Bug Buddies right down to Miss Spider herself, are large, colorful and will catch the attention of any young gamer. Much like the Didi and Ditto series (also developed by Kutoka), the world takes on a somewhat claymation feel and all of the environments are filled with detail and bright color.
Audio-wise, the game is pretty good as well. Voice acting is a bit rough in places, but I think that is due mostly to translation issues. And these spots can be overlooked by the obvious enthusiasm that spills into the actor's work. It is pretty clear that the voices behind the characters were really into the job they were doing and it wasn't just some contractual, phoned-in performance.