Super Angel and Toons are The Cartoons. Their mission to get back those magic rings is not an easy task though. There are several objects to collect in each level, but these objects can be only used by one or other of the two Cartoons. You control only Super Angel (the one that flies here) who can surely give a lot of help to the Toon who is making his own way through the trap-infested worlds on his own. Flying with Super Angel can give a lot of help to the little fella, such as filling gaps on the ground with certain objects found, so that the Toon to be able to progress further on the terrains or avoid lethal traps. So you make sure Toons stays firmly out of trouble from any of the harmful enemies. You also instruct Toons in which direction to go, much like the Sleepwalker title.
What is really unique here is the use of a panel at the top left of the screen which shows Toon position and movement in the area left behind when you go further with the flying Super Angel. Also, at the top right of the screen, your progress to the exit is also depicted. At the end of each level there is a shop in which you can spend the coins collected every time you take down an enemy, and purchase all manner of handy items. There are also a few hidden bonus stages full of coins to collect too.
The game is quite nice, with tons of ways to solve the puzzles and getting little Toon find the exit, but it is really hard and sometimes controls get a bit frustrating.
Graphics are fine, using up to 32 colors on screen, and it is obvious that a great deal of care and attention has been taken over them. There is no parallax scrolling here, but much of the action looks sleek and each level is littered with brightly colored sprites.
The soundtrack is far from thrilling musical experience, and not the sort of music you leave playing loud while taking a bath. There are no SFX during gameplay.