Designed by the original games' designer, Pierre Gilhodes, and published through a small studio, this foray into 3D is charming and unpretentious, but cannot hold a candle to modern 3D titles in the looks department. Sound, as always in the Gobliiins series, is incomprehensible semi-instrumental mumbling (think the grown-ups in the Peanuts cartoons), and there's a nice soundtrack to boot.
There's really not much to say: if you liked the old games, you'll like this one, although some puzzle solutions are really over-used; if you see "soft earth", you know what's coming. All the other staples of the series are there: silly animations, exact timing, coöperation between the trio.
Some of the levels are particularly imaginative, like the one that takes place entirely in a newspaper that's being read on-screen, or the bonus level.
The game's a bit on the short side, but I can't not recommend it.