The graphics are very neat and aesthetically made. The overall feel of the sceneries laid out throughout the game has a touch of paper and color pencils to it. This makes the design appealing, aesthetic, simple and very clear. The color palette of each island is unique and vivid and different from every other item.
There is also a gauge in the far corner of the screen showing which part of the day it is. If it shows a full sun then it naturally means that it is daytime. If it shows a full moon, it means that the night has descended upon you.
What I loved most about its sounds and music is that it has an exclusive soundtrack which Andreas Illiger has put up on the website for people to download it for free. Here’s the link to the song if you want to download it ( Note: All of the copyrights to the soundtrack belongs to the developer Andreas Illiger and we hold no ownership of it neither do we intend to use it in any other material later produced by us). Apart from the appealing soundtrack, the game also has little chirping sound effects for both happy and sad times.
The recent update of the game has added iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus resolution support.