As far as the graphics are concerned, the game follows the cartoon drawn style of the other Clue Finders games, that is, static backgrounds with semi-static characters that move rarely and stiffly. Yet, because the main focus of the game is to hold the child's attention and get them to learn, and the less-than-system-breaking graphics seem to do that anyway, it is hard to completely dis a game for its lack of graphic prowess.
Clue Finders has decent sound. The music stays rather low-key and while you are in puzzles, it seems to resemble Middle Eastern style music with the use of a lot of flutes. And when the Clue Finders run into the bad guys, the standard flair of trumpets heard in many classic movies kicks up. The sound effects are pretty standard, while the voice-overs seem to have a large enough pool to use so that you won't necessarily hear the same words over and over again, which is always a plus for the adults in the room.