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 (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...

Oric (1984)

Bombyx is a snake game where the player has to eat a certain amount of fruit to advance to the...

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,...

DOS (1997) and Windows (1997)

Bon Bon Paradise is a set of 20 simple games, such as cards, shooting, billiards, cups, Tetris and others. The...

Bonds of the Skies Nintendo 3DS Front Cover

Nintendo 3DS (2017)

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...

Bonnō-Yobikō 3 PC-98 Front Cover

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...

Commodore 64 (1983) and Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Bonzo! is an electronic version of the classical board game Chutes and Ladders. In the game you can challenge a...

Amiga (1994)

Boo! is a puzzle solving game for kids, consisting three timed memory training mini games with four difficulty levels. First...

Booby Kids NES Front Cover

NES (1987)

The game is set in a pre-historic environment, complete with cavemen and dinosaurs. You play as a little boy who...

Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1986)

Boogie-Woogie Spiders is a Pac-Man clone. The player must eat all the dots on the board, while avoiding constantly moving...

Book of Heroes iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2011), Android (2012) and iPad (2013)

Book of Heroes is a turn-based dungeon crawler RPG. The player starts as a lowly cook with a character that...

The Book of Legends Windows Front Cover

Windows (2012)

The Book of Legends is a top-down RPG featuring about 30 characters. The game puts you in the shoes of...

Windows (2001)

The Book of Three is an RPG based on the first book of the "Chronicles of Prydain", a series of...

Windows (2005)

BookWormZ is a freeware two-player (whereby one player can be the computer) word game.While playing a ten minute game, your...

Windows (2002)

Bool is a cross between Breakout with Pool. Three bats encircle a round pool table. The aim is to destroy...

DOS (1991), Amiga (1991), Atari ST (1991) and Amstrad CPC (1991)

Booly is a puzzle game with a similar concept to Gem’X in some ways. You are presented with a top-down...

Boom! MSX Front Cover

MSX (1985)

A classic shoot'em up Galaxian style game. You move your spaceship left and right shooting at the wave of aliens....

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