While the game is nearly the same length as the first two episodes-between 2 ½ and 3 hours for - it feels like a more fulfilling experience thanks to the stronger storyline and better integrated puzzles. By using a human antagonist with specific goals, as opposed to the animals who were basically agents of chaos in the previous games, Muzzled! makes Wallace & Gromit better heroes through the presence of a better villain.
Episode 3 is the funniest Grand Adventure to date, especially the brilliant cliffhanger ending. Muzzled! is certainly a worthwhile companion in the series.