"Much like the previous episodes, "The Bogey Man" still suffers from the cliché designed puzzles that are known throughout the entire Telltale series of games. As with the other titles in the series, there are three puzzles to solve, which you can do in any order. The puzzles themselves are mixture of both frustration and clever design, which, again keeps in line with the previous episodes of Wallace & Gromit. Fortunately for "The Bogey Man," there is a bit more freedom to be had in this episode, but even with that, it would be nice to see the adventure genre not get tied into a cookie cutter format.
One of the standout features in this episode, along with most of the others, is the writing, which is very well done. Despite the lack of an antagonist, the story line flows well, and the humor should meet the expectations of the Wallace and Gromit fans. It is also very low-key, much like "The Last Resort," only it works better..."