Mingle together a few dapper penguins, Bart Bonte's creative ingenuity, and a continually elusive key and you'll wind up with Me and the Key 3, a point-and-click puzzle game made to unlock endless smiles, or at least 25 not-altogether-too-easy levels' worth of fun. If you know anything about Bonte, you know he has a way of taking a simple idea and turning it into gratifyingly addictive gameplay. In this case, the simple part is clicking on the key, the tricky part is solving the brainteasers that keep it hidden from view. For that, you need to poke around and experiment with what you see, figuring out how to reveal that coveted gold object. While most the time you'll just click, there are other times keyboard controls are needed. Despite initial appearances, there are quite a few head-scratchers below the surface. So, if at first you balk, "Aw, too simple," just keep going. Moreover, the charm and personality you've come to love in Me and the Key 1 and 2 is just as abundant the third time around, marking the ongoing quest for the key as one that will never grow old.