Well, was it nostalgic.
I barely remember the original, so enjoyed this one just as if it was new. Very adventurish feel overall which is good. Radley's house location turned to be remarkably atmospheric for me, so I guess I liked it the most. However, I'm not sure if it was that good idea of replacing the blow up the safe puzzle with
I mean, come on, it's just so over-cliched that it's arguably worse than blowing the safe up. It was done many times before. But geez, at least thanks you didn't make us find the code hidden and/or cyphered somewhere.
Music is brilliant as it was back then. I sure liked the voices. ProgZ is a hell of a funny old man.
And this animation wherever the ghost kicks your ass was fun.