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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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Windows (1998)

Chase Ace is a two player only arcade shooter, there are no AI opponents available. The game takes place in...

The Chase on Tom Sawyer's Island Apple II Front Cover

DOS (1988), Commodore 64 (1988) and Apple II (1988)

This Pac-Man inspired maze game is based upon the Tom Sawyer’s Island attraction at Disneyland. Players maneuver Tom Sawyer along...

Atari 2600 (1983)

Released as part of a promotional campaign for Purina Dog Chow, Chase the Chuck Wagon puts players in control of...

Amiga (2006)

Tcgs-block is a Breakout game, originally for the Sony PSP, influenced by the Tōhō series of maniac shoot'em'ups, particularly Perfect...

Windows (1996)

Cheat Mine is a single player Minesweeper clone. It is played entirely with the mouse and has four difficulty settings,...

Atari ST (1993)

Checker is a puzzle game in which the floors of a skyscraper have to be cleaned of mystical stones. With...

Windows (2000)

Checker Connector is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used,...

Checkers Intellivision Front Cover

Intellivision (1980)

Checkers is a conversion of the board game. Two players can challenge each other, or one player can go against...

Windows 3.x (1990)

Looking for a game of Checkers? Offering 5 skill levels, it is up to you to capture all your opponents...

Atari 2600 (1980)

Checkers is a computerized version of the popular board game and follows the same rules. The object of the game...

Browser (1998)

Checkers is an online adaptation of the original board game, initially called draughts in English. Two players control 12 pieces...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Checkers! allows the player to play the classic board game on his PET against the computer. Instead of selecting tiles...

DOS (1994)

Cheesy Invaders is a clone combo of Space Invaders and Galaxian. Strange aliens are trying to attack earth and you...

Windows (2000)

Cheesy Pursuit is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used,...

Windows (1999) and Macintosh (1999)

ChemRacer 2713 is an educational title intended to teach children about chemistry. The player moves the mouse to direct his...

PC-98 (1994)

Sayaka is a female exchange student and supposedly the main love interest of the hero Shoutarou; however, the game's story...

DOS (1981)

Chess is one of the oldest PC games ever made: it was written in March, 1980 and converted to IBM...

Chess Oric Front Cover

Oric (1984)

IJK's Chess is a classic chess boardgame adaptation: You play white side against black side (or reverse), capturing pieces when...

Browser (1998)

Chess is an online adaptation of the original board game, played on a checkered board with eight squares on each...

Mattel Aquarius (1983)

A game of chess for 1 or 2 players, there's also a demonstration mode. Eight difficulty levels, undo/replay/suggest a move....

Amiga (1987)

Originally released in source code form to the old USENET group net.sources.games simply as "Chess", this C language implementation of...

Chess iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2013), Android (2013) and iPad (2013)

Chess, unsurprisingly, is an adaptation of the titular game. It allows the player to compete with another human or with...

Chess Android Front Cover

Android (2010)

Chess allows to play the board game against a computer or against another human player. It is based on the...

Chess! DOS Front Cover

DOS (1994)

A very basic chess game. Play against the AI, another person, or have the computer play itself.

Amiga (1989)

Chess 2.0 is an updated Amiga port of the Stanback Chess Program. In contrast to the 1.0 port, this version...

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