The game's art style is interesting as it feels like a Saturday morning cartoon. In fact, everything from the game's mythos to its character design feels much more like a licensed title instead of a new IP. While everything is big and filled with bright colors, all of the sets and characters feel pretty static as well (even if there is the occasional creature off to one side that blinks or the occasional sparkling particle effect). What results are scenes that are jam-packed full of magical paraphernalia, but ultimately uninteresting in the long run.
Music is about on par with the graphics. While there is a nice selection of background tunes to keep your ears busy and in the game, there definitely isn't anything here that will stick with you. Then again, this is a casual game, so the necessity to hear music or voiceovers would actually be detrimental since that would mean you couldn't play the game while talking on the phone or supposedly working at your office. In the end, I found the experience pretty much the same with the sound off.