The puzzles are logical, there are no Gnomes named IFNKOVHGROGHPRM in this game (google it, Kings Quest - 1984).
This combined with the fact that any point of interest/item is something you need to use (unless they dismiss it outright) makes this a game a bit on the easy side.
In addition they "remove" a point of interest/item from the game (that is making so you cant interact with it) when you have used it and its no longer needed.
First time I play the games from this developer/publisher, and don't know if they tend to make the puzzles fairly straightforward or if this game is the odd one out.
The story is entertaining and while it will never win any oscars its easy enought to see what franchise that serves as insipiation, and they are solidly within that "tradition"
Character autoruns, and you can dobble-click to move another scene/map. This removes some tediousness. Can also skip dialog (its both text and speech)
To make the combining of items smoother you dont need to try every combination and listen to the hero say "thats not quite right" a million times. Pick up item, and if the "work mouse button" is green you can combine. This works in the scene with points of interest too. (This can make the puzzles seem easier, but I dont care)
Overall its a fun game, and all though I could wish for a bit more complicated puzzles I found the experience a positive one.