Is the game good, then? I can’t help but love it. The puzzles are some of the best that LucasArts ever developed, and the visual design of the game is just great to view. My main gripe with the game is the whole "which item in which period???" part of the puzzles, but newcomers to the game won’t notice this for quite a while and, like I did, should find a highly enjoyable (and severely underrated, if you ask me) classic hiding below the surface. If you want a fun, no-frills attached p’n’c LucasArts classic, you can’t go wrong with Day of the Tentacle. Just don’t expect to be replaying it too soon, as you’ll be sorely disappointed by the lack of difference a further playthrough brings to the table.