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Top-Down

Description

Used to describe any game where the main setting of gameplay is represented by a top-down (also known as overhead) view of the playfield. Top-down perspective may be used for a wide variety of genres; among the most common ones are vertically scrolling shooters and most 2D role-playing games.
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Bomberman Ultra PlayStation 3 Front Cover

PlayStation 3 (2009)

Bomberman Ultra is a fixed square platform game that resembles a grid with 2 to 4 people/AI's or teams on...

Bomberman World PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (1998)

This is Bomberman's first appearance on the PlayStation in North America. This version maintains the style of play of the...

PC-98 (1994)

A young man named Shounosuke sees a strange dream: a voice talks about mankind and its sins, and a beautiful...

Bomber Raid SEGA Master System Front Cover

SEGA Master System (1988)

Fly your plane through five levels, shooting enemy planes, submarines, helicopters, and other enemies along the way, and use your...

Windows (1997)

Bomb Golf is a shareware golf game which is played with a bomb instead of a ball.There are four different...

PlayStation (1997)

After getting a message from King Clown that strange blue bombs have appeared on all six worlds, Kid Clown sets...

Spectravideo (1986)

In Bomb Man, which has no relation to Hudson's famous Bomberman, you play as a hat-clad yellow man who must...

Amiga (1995)

Bombmania is a Bomberman variant. The player, without a specific background story, has to solve 80 levels which are divided...

Bomb Mania Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1997)

Bomb Mania is a Commodore C64 game for 2 to 4 players that relies on the classic Bomberman/ Dynablaster principle....

Atari ST (1995)

Bombs Away is a freeware Bomberman clone written in GFA Basic 3.5 with the Sprite Works Development Kit.The aim of...

DOS (1997)

Bomb Seeker Is a Minesweeper clone released as shareware. The game is played on a 10 x 10 grid containing...

ExEn (2006) and DoJa (2006)

Bomb Squad is a minesweeper clone. Bombs are randomly introduced on a board of 14x10 cells and you have to...

DOS (1989), SNES (1990), Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988) and Commodore 64 (1988)

Little Bombuzal has to blow up bombs on little islands in this puzzle game. In order to advance to the...

Bomb Wuzel 2 Windows Front Cover

Windows (2000)

Bomb Wuzel 2 is the continuation of Bomb Wuzel 3D and instructions to the game are also the same. In...

Windows (1998)

Bomb Wuzel 3D is a puzzle game with strategic and tactical elements and is reminiscent of Bombuzal.The gameplay adds new...

DOS (1993), Amiga (1993) and Atari ST (1993)

Hypothesizing what sorts of adventures might be got up to in Bomberman's pants, this game provides some similar gameplay in...

MSX (1986)

The third Bomulus game is a walk-and-pickup adventure based on the same general principle as Atari's original Adventure of moving...

Windows (2003)

Bonaparte is a turn-based strategy game in which the player takes the role of a European nation (France, Prussia, Russia,...

Amiga (1987), Commodore 64 (1987), BBC Micro (1987) and Electron (1987)

In Bone Cruncher the player takes the role of Bono, a dragon who makes a living by selling soap. His...

DOS (1991)

Bones: The Game of the Haunted Mansion is a member of the pseudo-roguelike Wizard's Castle family. It is one of...

Apple II (1985)

You are Bongo the gorilla and you're being pursued by evil robots. Your job is to collect the coconuts and...

Bonka Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1983) and Dragon 32/64 (1983)

Like Cuthbert Goes Digging, Bonka is a clone of Space Panic. With a constantly falling oxygen supply, you must climb...

Bonnie's Bookstore Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005) and Macintosh (2006)

Bonnie's Bookstore is a word-puzzle game in the style of Bookworm. Help Bonnie in her career as a children's book...

PC-98 (1992) and Sharp X68000 (1993)

Bonnō-Yobikō 3 is a quiz game. Unlike the previous game, it has a story with a protagonist: Miyake Kenichirou, a...

DOS (1993)

Bonus is an Israeli computerized version of the word game Scrabble, completely in Hebrew. The game can be played between...

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