User review spotlight: Carmageddon (DOS). Released in 1997.

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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Boulder Dash III Commodore 64 Front Cover

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

The third part of the popular series, Boulder Dash III adds a sci-fi spin to the graphics (called MetalGrafik), with...

Boulder Dash II: Rockford's Revenge PC Booter Front Cover

PC Booter (1985), Commodore 64 (1985), Atari 5200 (2005), Atari 8-bit (1985), ZX Spectrum (1985) and MSX (1985)

In part two of the "Boulder Dash" series, game design hasn't changed compared to part one, so you still have...

DOS (1994)

This clone of Boulder Dash is a freeware attempt to popularize this game on PC and Amiga, while it was...

Commodore 64 (1991)

Bouncing Heads is a top down view maze game where the screen scrolls when you move and the aim is...

Bounder Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1985), ZX Spectrum (1986), MSX (1986), Amstrad CPC (1986) and Amstrad PCW (1986)

In Bounder, the player controls a tennis ball that constantly bounces on the screen. The player has to move the...

Bounders and Cads Windows Front Cover

Windows (2013)

Bounders and Cads is a turn-based strategy game with board game style game-play. The basic premise is to bankrupt all...

Boundless Planet Windows Front Cover

Windows (2006)

Boundless Planet is a massively multiplayer online real time strategy (MMORTS) game with a high degree of persistence. Players can...

Windows (1998)

This clone of Boulder Dash introduces Lou Verne, an adventurer descended into the Earth's interior. The 50 levels of the...

Bowling Microvision Front Cover

Microvision (1979)

Bowling is a bowling simulator for the Microvision System. In this game players don't use the paddle knob but only...

Bowling! / Basketball! Odyssey 2 Front Cover

Odyssey 2 (1978) and Videopac+ G7400 (1983)

Two titles are available in this cart:Bowling!: one to four players take turns in this game. The alley is shown...

Commodore 64 (1983) and Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

Box is an unofficial adaptation of the Parker Brothers board game Black Box. The player is presented with a grid...

Atari 2600 (1980)

Boxing is an action boxing game for one or two players which is played from an overhead point of view....

bOxOn iPad Front Cover

Windows (2011), iPhone (2011) and iPad (2011)

bOxOn is a puzzle game with a simple concept: the player must assemble all the boxes (called "boxonites" in the...

Windows (2009), Amiga (2004), Commodore 64 (2004), Apple II (2004), Macintosh (2009) and Oric (2004)

BoxWorld, the sequel to MazezaM, is a puzzle game where the player have to rearrange boxes in each level in...

BoxWorld 2 Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2009), Amiga (2004) and Macintosh (2009)

The followup to BoxWorld continues in the same Sokoban fashion, with 34 new levels. In addition to the normal boxes...

Boxxle Game Boy Front Cover

Game Boy (1989) and Game Gear (1990)

Just like in Soko-Ban, it is your goal to push a number of crates onto certain spots in order to...

Boxxle II Game Boy Front Cover

Game Boy (1990)

In this sequel to Boxxle, Willy's girlfriend has been kidnapped by a UFO and now he wants to earn enough...

TurboGrafx-16 (1990)

Boxyboy is a Soko-Ban variant, explicitly based on the gameplay of the original version by Thinking Rabbit. The gameplay is...

Atari ST (1991)

In Boxy - Gambler the player has to navigate his way from the lower left of the game screen to...

DOS (1989)

In this game, the player and several opponents leave trails as they move around an empty black field. Crashing into...

DOS (1991) and Amiga (1991)

Brain Artifice is a puzzle game in which the player needs to build combinations out of given blocks. While initially...

BrainBurst! Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

BrainBurst! is a puzzle game with a simple task: click on at least 2 adjacent blocks of the same color...

Amiga (1993)

Brain Challenge: The Arena of Death is a strategy game with strong similarities to the board game Stratego. The background...

Brain Curve iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2013) and iPad (2013)

Brain Curve consists of different mini-games that evaluate and train the player's brain skills. The skills include pattern recognition, shape...

DOS (1996), Windows (1996) and Windows 3.x (1996)

Brain Food Games bundles together five puzzle and game show games in one package:Jeopardy! Deluxe EditionOthelloSmart Games Word Puzzles #1Wheel...

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