Your are the last fighter pilot left to defend the planet against an unknown enemy. Sounds familiar? Well it is, but for 10 quid you are not going to get the complete works of Shakespeare, and they would not be half as entertaining.
You have four lives to complete 10 missions to seek and destroy enemy targets. At the start of each mission, co-ordinates reveal the location of the targets, and then the fun starts. Controlling your aircraft is as tricky as trying to fry an eel while it is alive. But once mastered, you can become as acrobatic as Tony Curtis and Charlton Heston in Trapeze.
Hyperion has simple 3D polygon graphics, but the gameplay makes up for that, because it is difficult to handle, especially when you get to later missions. A good game at a realistic price, it would not cause embarrassment in an enthusiastic game player's collection.