Side view

Description

These games use a traditional “platforming” viewpoint where the action is seen from the side. This perspective can be used for 2D as well as 3D games, both scrolling and static.
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Body Blows DOS Front Cover

DOS (1993) and Amiga (1993)

Around the time of the Amiga version of Street Fighter 2, Amiga specialists Team 17 came up with a similar...

Body Blows Galactic Amiga Front Cover

Amiga (1993)

In the follow-up to Body Blows, Dan and Junior (two characters from the original, based around programmers Danny Burke and...

Body Ladder Browser Front Cover

Browser (2008)

In Body Ladder, the player takes control of a 3-D stick figure in a top hat who has only one...

MSX (1984) and Arcade (1983)

Boggy '84 is one of those games of which countless numbers were made in the early eighties during the homecomputer...

Amiga (1996)

Bograts: The Puzzling Misadventure is a side-view puzzle game involving indirect control, although unlike Lemmings, the player controls a parent...

The Bogus Guru Macintosh Front Cover

Macintosh (2000)

The Bogus Guru is a collection of four mini-games designed by the Foltz brothers. The games are laid out across...

Boiling Bolt Windows Front Cover

Windows (2017), PlayStation 4 (2017) and Xbox One (2017)

Commodore 64 (1989)

You are Boris the Big Ball of Bollardia and you are attempting to escape from the Planet Phweeesh by bouncing...

SAM Coupé (1992)

Boing! is a platformer similar to the Dizzy series. The player takes control of Boing, a green blob whose time...

Boing! Docomodake Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2007)

Boing! Docomodake is platformer starring Docomodake, the mascot of the Japanese mobile phone provider NTT DoCoMo. The background story is...

Boing II Atari 8-bit Front Cover

Atari 8-bit (1992)

Boing II is a side scrolling shooter. The story begins when Bert is sent by a queen into exile for...

Boingz Wii Front Cover

Wii (2008)

Atari ST (1999)

BoinkOut2 is a Breakout conversion. The player controls a bat at the lower border of the screen and has to...

Commodore 64 (1988)

Bojo the Clown is performing at a circus, and must impress the audience by bouncing on a series of trampolines...

Bōken Danshaken Don: The Lost Sunheart TurboGrafx-16 Front Cover

TurboGrafx-16 (1992)

Bōken Danshaken Don: The Lost Sunheart is a 2D side-scrolling flying shooter with a basic structure, but with some peculiar...

ZX Spectrum (1987)

Boks (Boxing) is a fighting game, depicting a boxing match. The competitors can use a high punch, a low punch,...

VIC-20 (2013)

Bolder Dan is a Boulder Dash clone for the VIC-20. Dig around in the dirt, collect diamonds, and avoid the...

Amiga (1998)

Bolo Mrówkojad is a side-scrolling platform game. The task of the player is to lead an anteater to the end...

DOS (2010)

Another wall demolition game inspired by Arkanoid, starring a movable paddle whose task is to deflect the always-moving ball and...

Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1984)

A bomber flies from left to right. When the bomber leaves the right end of the screen, it will appear...

Arcade (1979)

Bomb Bee is the first sequel to Gee Bee. Just like the predecessor it's a variant of Breakout with some...

Windows (2001)

BombBlox is a Tetris variant. The basic principle is the same: blocks of different shapes are falling down from the...

Amiga (1988)

Bomb Busters is a variant of the arcade game Bomb Jack. It's a single screen platform game where the player...

Commodore 64 (1995)

Bombel is a Frog variant. The game requires moving around the board for a specified amount of time in order...

ZX Spectrum (1982) and VIC-20 (1982)

City Bomber is a one-key arcade game, similar to Air Attack.You pilot a small airplane, and your mission is to...

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