The presentation is passable, and as you'd probably expect the graphics are functional at best. The scrolling backdrops are a bit annoying though, seeing as some of them are the same colour as the grid you're meant to be painting. At the start only a few picture categories are available, including candy, magic and baby, with more like medieval and horror being unlocked. It's a mildly addictive package that's more involving than Sudoku, but it's still not as addictive as Tetris. Or eating Haribo sweets.