There seems to be no question (as far as the current consensus of game developers seems to be) games like this need bobble-headed people and Neighborhood Games delivers. The design does go past the "make it look like a mii" stage and actually looks fairly detailed. The characters look like caricature art, with an almost painted quality to them. There are a range of different faces, hair and skin color to choose from, but you have to spend your time in the Single Player mode in order to unlock a bigger variety of clothing. Backgrounds are usually just as detailed, and most levels have some interesting and colorful background activity. For example, the horseshoes level looks like it takes place in an abandoned lot on the "rough" side of town, but everything is still bright and happy, including the cartoony cop car that goes down the street. Overall, the game does a good job of looking genuinely adorable.
The music, however, is nothing to get excited about. There's one theme song for just about the entire game. It's light and happy kiddy fare with one long whistling chorus that really grates on the nerves. As for character voices, everyone speaks in a kind of garbled, sped-up voice, but it actually works well with the art. In the Single Player mode, the computer opponent will sit on the sideline and make chicken calls or laugh at you, and those little snippets can get very annoying fast.