In the last Act of the game, there is a single screen that features several selectable items (apparent when holding down Y), yet being able to select most of them seems nearly impossible. Without getting into spoilers, let's just say there's a moving item that I ended up selecting over and over again while trying to select stationary items toward top and left of the screen. There is absolutely no reason for this part of the game to be as difficult to as it is with just trying to interact with the environment and shows very sloppy design work.
Another frustrating aspect of the game is the length of the non-interactive "cut scenes" wherein characters simply to talk to one another to advance to story, and they go on and on and on and on. Monty has particularly long monologues that ramble endlessly and had me wanting to defeat him simply for his long-winded bullshitting, regardless of the the scamming and dognapping.
Lastly, Episode 3 feels shorter than the others. I'm not sure if it's because the puzzles are easier or if there's simply less than needs to be done, but I was able to finish the entire game and get all 12 achievements in about three hours. For achievement-whores (you know who you are) that may seem great, but for a gamer looking for a fun adventure game, Muzzled! isn't the most sound $10 investment when the more robust Sam & Max games offer up five or six times the amount of gameplay for only twice the dough.
Muzzled! costs 800 Microsoft points ($10) on Xbox Live Arcade or $8.95 for PC on Telltale's web site BUT for this weekend only, Episode 3 is FREE on Telltale's site, so this is your chance to get Muzzled! with a superior mouse-based control scheme for FREE! If you're interested in the complete series on PC and haven't bought it yet, though November 8th you can get the whole series for just $20 (after that it goes back to $34.95).
Wallace and Gromit's Grand Adventures - Episode 3: Muzzled! is rated E (Everyone) by the ESRB for Comic Mischief and Mild Language. This game can also be found on: PC