Top-down

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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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Crash Presents December 1989 ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1989)

This compilation from the December 1989 edition of the Spectrum magazine Crash! came in a larger case than they usually...

Cratermaze TurboGrafx-16 Front Cover

TurboGrafx-16 (1990) and Wii (2007)

Cratermaze is an action puzzle game viewed from an overhead perspective. Each stage consists of a maze filled with various...

DOS (1991)

Crates is a single-player, shareware, logic puzzle game similar to Chip's Challenge. The game consists of a series of rooms...

J2ME (2009)

Crazy Balls is a puzzle game where the player has to navigate a number of balls through labyrinth-like levels. The...

Commodore 64 (1988)

In the game made with SEUCK (Shoot 'Em Up Construction Kit) you control one or two cars (red Ferrari, blue...

Crazy Chicken: Jewel of Darkness Windows Front Cover

Windows (2008)

Crazy Chicken: Jewel of Darkness is an arcade side-scrolling game. The player must overcome the maze in search of the...

ExEn (2004)

Crazy Cobra 2 is a Nokia snake clone for ExEn technology. It is a top view very simple game where...

DOS (1998)

Crazy Cows is a strategy game much similar to the turn-based combat modes introduced by games like Jagged Alliance or...

Windows (2010)

Crazy Cows: Attack Of The Horny Big Breasted Mammals is the sequel to Crazy Cows, released in 1998. It is...

Atari ST (1992)

Crazy Cubes is a labyrinth game for high resolution where you have to guide two or more balls to the...

Windows (2002)

Crazy Eight is a single player implementation of the popular children's card game in which the player plays against a...

Apple II (1979)

Crazy Eights is an adaptation of the card game with the same name. It is played by one player who...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Crazy Eights is a single-player implementation of the children's card game. This game was developed by the Cosmi Corporation and...

Windows 3.x (1999)

Crazy Eights Deluxe is a single player card game in which the player takes on the computer.At the start of...

Dragon 32/64 (1987)

As a football simulation, Crazy Foota is closer to table football games than to the actual sport. The 11 players...

Crazy Golf ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983), MSX (1983), Amstrad CPC (1984) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1984)

Nine holes of chaotic top-viewed ricochets and hazards make up this early Crazy Golf game. They can be skipped for...

CrazyMouse Xbox 360 Front Cover

Xbox 360 (2008)

CrazyMouse is a game based on the mechanics of Pac-Man but with mice. The Story mode consists of 32 levels...

Commodore 64 (1988)

Zigmund has messed up his job by laying the wrong paving stones over four levels so you, Howard the Robot...

Crazy Pinball Windows Front Cover

Windows (1997)

This is a collection of demo-versions and shareware versions of Pinball games. Included are: 3D Ultra Pinball Absolute Pinball Classy...

Crazy School Games Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2009)

Crazy School Games includes 10 of the most well-known games that are played by pupils (some since generations) during school...

Windows (2008) and Macintosh (2008)

Crazy Space is a board game similar to Othello with an additional casual game feeling. You can select any of...

Windows (2005)

Crazy Sudoku is a Sudoku variant. The rules: The game is played with nine squares which are arranges in a...

Spectravideo (1984)

Crazy Teeth is based on Pac-Man, but takes a lot of liberties with the original concept.The player control a green...

Crazy Train MSX Front Cover

MSX (1983)

The player is a lineman for the Crazy Train railroad. The player has to switch the tracks before the train...

Atari 2600 (2000)

When attending a football game, you had a valet park your vehicle. Unfortunately, the valet was a little disgruntled as...

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