Fyleet is not as good as the subsequent two games in this loose trilogy, but it is still full of similar brand of humor and tough puzzles that make Topologika games memorable. Despite a limited parser, the game has many memorable puzzles. My favorite is a simplified version of the "Fifteen Puzzle," where you have to maneuver objects that cannot be put two in the same room. Like most games at the time, the game also has a maze puzzle, although it is more clever than most: the game adds random obstacles on a predetermined layout. If you enjoy treasure-hunting games in the vein of Zork, Fyleet is worth a look. Like most Topologika games, it is a very difficult game that will take you a long time to finish (and get all 600 possible points). Recommended, but if you are short on time, just play Quest for the Sangraal, the best game of this bunch. Originally released for the Phoenix computer only, the game has now been ported to Inform format thanks to the company who released the source code into the public domain.