Top-down

Description

These games use a top-down view, also called an overhead view or a helicopter view. A top-down view is strict and cannot have any angle at all.
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Arcade (1976)

Bigfoot Bonkers is a variation on the 'surround your opponent' style of game. In this game, players take the role...

J2ME (2007)

BigFoot Challenge is a top-down racing game with monster trucks. Players race against five other, computer-controlled cars on tracks set...

Biggles Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1986), ZX Spectrum (1986) and Amstrad CPC (1986)

WE Johns’ tales of a brave World War 1 pilot were updated for a 1980s feature film, with a plot...

Windows (2000) and Macintosh (2012)

Big Patience is a single-player, shareware collection of solitaire games. It's interface and help screens are available in both English...

SNES (1995)

On day an alien race of slugs is out patrolling space, when they encounter the Lucasarts logo. The logo, as...

Linux (2007) and Windows (2007)

Big Solitaires 3D is a open source collection of 40 different Solitaire card games using a OpenGL 3D renderer. Some...

NES (1990)

The game is based on the Bikkuriman animé series. Once upon a time, the world was a peaceful place. Three...

Apple II (1982)

In a rather dystopian future, mobs and overpopulation threaten societal collapse. To pacify the masses, a simulated-reality diversion is designed:...

Biliardo 2 DOS Front Cover

DOS (2001) and Windows (2001)

Biliardo 2 is a freeware billiards game for two players. The pocketless table is rendered in the traditional top view,...

Arcade (1998)

This top down billiard game has a solo play mode and a VS mode in which each player takes turns....

Billiards MSX Front Cover

MSX (1983) and Arcade (1981)

Billiards is a pool simulations game. Pocket ball, one of the most famous versions of billiards in the world, is...

DOS (1989), Amiga (1989) and Atari ST (1988)

Billiards Simulator is a carom billiards game which is played with three balls and on a table without pockets. In...

Billionaire Windows Front Cover

Windows (1998)

A variation of Monopoly, Billionaire has more money and more expensive property. Players can build houses, buildings, skyscrapers, offices, and...

SNES (1991)

This futuristic basketball game is endorsed by none other than Bill Laimbeer of the Bad Boys Detroit Pistons. The game...

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure Lynx Front Cover

Lynx (1991)

The Lynx title based on the Keanu Reeves/Alex Winter film franchise actually takes place after the second film, Bill and...

Billy la Banlieue Amstrad CPC Front Cover

Amstrad CPC (1986)

You are rockaBilly in the suburbs of Paris, where the streets are full of harlots, musicians, thugs, policemen, yogis, and...

Billy the Kid Returns! DOS Front Cover

DOS (1993)

It's 1875. Your name is William Bonney. You're 15 years old. And you're in jail. But not for long!Billy the...

Amiga (1997)

Bilspel means "car game", and that it is, running in ANSI graphics as a BBS door. You rotate your car...

ZX Spectrum (1983)

Bimbo is an arcade race/pursuit game where the player controls a rabbit (named Bimbo) in a multi-level maze race, hunting...

Binary Land NES Front Cover

NES (1985), MSX (1984), Wii (2011), PC-88 (1983), Nintendo 3DS (2013) and FM-7 (1983)

In this game, you have to guide two penguins, one male and one female, through top-down vertical levels. The penguins...

Windows (2010)

Binary Land is a freeware remake of a puzzle game released in 1985 for 8-bit platforms, where two infatuated penguins...

Biodrone Battle Linux Front Cover

Linux (2015), Windows (2015) and Macintosh (2015)

Biomotor Unitron Neo Geo Pocket Color Front Cover Cardboard folding box

Neo Geo Pocket Color (1999)

Biomotor Unitron is a RPG for the Neo Geo Pocket Color.After a meteor brings a new source of energy to...

Bionic Attack Linux Front Cover

Linux (2017) and Windows (2017)

Bionic Dues Linux Front Cover

Linux (2013), Windows (2013) and Macintosh (2013)

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