There's something simple and relaxing about Bronze's look. In keeping what will be a theme throughout this entire review, Bronze has an almost board game-like quality about it. Presentation is completely 2D with simple, yet effective tiles standing in to represent terrain and the various structures you'll build in each level. It's a minimalist approach that doesn't hit you over the head with visuals, but it's incredibly effective at communicating what it needs to without overdoing it, "just because other games do it." It's comfortable in its skin and I like that.
Audio follows suit. There's a reasonable amount of voicework during tutorials and at various points in the game. The instructions are already clear and easy to follow, but the added voice does speed up tutorials. You can listen and examine whatever the tutorial is trying to show, which is nice. Music just hangs around in the background, which makes complete sense. Anything more would be a distraction.