You'll spend your entire adventure within the grounds of Merry Castle, going from a luxurious suite, to a spa with a lovely bath attendant, to the courtyard, a dungeon, secret passageways and everywhere in between.
The locations are nicely detailed and beautiful to the eye. Everything has little touches, such as rays of sunlight filtering through a window, dust motes floating in the air, or the breeze lazily blowing the leaves of a plant. I especially enjoyed the area where there was a magical tent that would fade in and out.
The background music is fanciful and reminiscent of being at a Renaissance Faire, as it should be. It is universally excellent throughout the game, as is the narrator, who is so cheesy and overdone, but absolutely perfect. He really adds so much to the game, as he is describing the predicaments in which Loreen and Nathaniel find themselves. Sadly, there are no voiceovers for the characters, themselves, as you'll be reading text only, but I thoroughly enjoyed the narrator.