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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DOS (1982)

In Black Box there is an 8x8 grid which contains several atoms hidden in it. Your job is to find...

TI-99/4A (1982)

Black Box is a licensed computer adaptation of the board game with the same name. It is played on a...

Windows (2000)

Black Box Chess is a single player chess-based puzzle game. It is one of a package of games produced by...

Black Crystal ZX Spectrum Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1985), ZX Spectrum (1982) and ZX81 (1982)

Darkness has descended on the kingdom of Beroth. The evil Tobias has summoned the Black Crystal in an attempt to...

Blackguards Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2014) and Macintosh (2014)

Blackguards is a role-playing game which focuses on tactical combat. It leaves the high-fantasy parts of Aventuria which is usually...

Blackguards 2 Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2015), Macintosh (2015), PlayStation 4 (2017) and Xbox One (2017)

Blackguards 2 is a turn-based tactical role-playing game that takes place three years after the original. Cassia of Tenos was...

Black Hawk Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1984) and ZX Spectrum (1984)

You are piloting the Black Hawk plane through a series of island bases, each of which has hardware such as...

Black Home Windows Front Cover

Windows (2015)

Amiga (1991), Atari ST (1991) and Commodore 64 (1992)

You pilot the Black Hornet, an advanced stealth fighter that can nip in and out without any sound to destroy...

Atari 2600 (1977) and Atari 8-bit (1980)

Blackjack is based on the casino card game of the same name. You can play alone or with up to...

NES (1992)

The unlicensed Blackjack plays just like the ‘American Blackjack’ rules found in the casino compete with all the things you...

Commodore PET/CBM (1978)

Blackjack is a digital version of the classic card game. The player can bet each turn up to 25000 dollars....

DOS (1984)

When IBM first conceived the PC, they had the foresight to design the four playing-card suites right into its built-in...

DOS (1983)

Yet another early conversion of the classic casino game, based on a previous version written for the Compucolor II. The...

DOS (1993)

Black Jack '2000 is a computer version of the popular card game of the same name. The game features three...

BlackJack Academy DOS Front Cover

DOS (1987), Amiga (1987), Commodore 64 (1987) and Apple IIgs (1988)

This Blackjack game allows from 1 to 5 players and uses pre-defined rules from Las Vegas, Downtown Vegas, Reno and...

Blackjack & Poker TI-99/4A Front Cover

TI-99/4A (1981)

Card games and computers seem to go hand-in-hand. TI's offering, Blackjack & Poker, allows you to play Blackjack or Stud...

Windows (1999)

Blackjack Trainer is a single-player, shareware card game aimed at teaching the basics of the game to beginners. The game...

Atari ST (1988)

Black Orchid is a strategy game in a fantasy setting, in which the forces of good and evil try to...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Black Rein is an arcade war game where the player drives a futuristic hover-tank, called T60 Black Rein. There are...

Blacksea Odyssey Linux Front Cover

Linux (2016), Windows (2016) and Macintosh (2016)

Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2009)

The world of Black Sigil is filled with magic. The magic is a part of everyday life for its inhabitants,...

Arcade (1983)

Black Widow is an arcade game where you control the titular spider trying to protect its web. You move the...

Blade Eagle 3-D SEGA Master System Front Cover

SEGA Master System (1988)

Blade Eagle 3-D is a vertical shoot-em-up which has no story involved. You just have to shoot your way on...

Blade Runner ZX Spectrum Front Cover

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

Based on the movie of the same name. You have been assigned by the police force to track down and...

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