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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DOS (1983), Apple II (1983) and Atari 8-bit (1983)

It's 1989, and there's good news and bad news. The good news: there's a spectacular meteor shower scheduled to light...

Equilibria Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003) and Macintosh (2003)

Equilibria's game principle is simple. When you start a level, you have a mass or marbles in the center of...

Game Boy Advance (2006)

Eragon for the Game Boy Advance is a traditional turn based RPG with a combat system that emphasizes motion and...

Erebus Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1986)

The planet Erebus has been developed by Earth into a giant refinery to turn it's waste into useful gases and...

Eric's Ultimate Solitaire CD Linux Front Cover

Linux (1999), Windows (1997) and BeOS (1999)

A collection of many popular and not-so-popular solo card games. This is more than just a solitaire game, with detailed...

Macintosh (2005)

Eric's Ultimate Solitaire X is a collection of 25 solitaire card games. This is a sequel to Eric's Ultimate Solitaire...

Eric Young's Squad Assault: West Front Windows Front Cover

Windows (2003)

Squad Assault: West Front allows you to command troops in both the allied and German armies of the West Front...

Erika to Satoru no Yume Bōken NES Front Cover

NES (1988)

Two children, the girl Erika and the boy Satoru, live together in a small house somewhere in modern Japan. One...

J2ME (2007)

In this time management game, the player takes the role of a junior doctor tasked with saving lives in the...

ERU: Emergency Response Unit Browser Front Cover

Windows (2007) and Browser (2008)

With a similar point of departure as Food Force, ERU: Emergency Response Unit or The Red Cross Game aims to...

NES (1987)

Erunaaku No Zaihou is a simplistic arcade game played from an overhead view. The player controls a man who wants...

ZX Spectrum (1983)

Escalador Loco is, as its title indicates (literally, a Spanish translation of Crazy Climber), an unofficial version of the classic...

Atari ST (1992)

In the reign of King Louis VI, in the second medieval age, many thousands of years from now the king...

Atari ST (1988)

Escape is a RPG-like labyrinth game for medium resolution coded in assembler. Your mission is to find the exit of...

PC-98 (1996)

In Escape, the player assumes the role of an ordinary teenager named Root. He is returning from a long journey,...

Commodore 64 (1984) and ZX Spectrum (1982)

Inside a distant valley was a maze cut off from civilisation where many explorer as entered but never returned to...

Escape! Apple II Front Cover

Apple II (1978)

One of the first games by Silas Warner which, along with his Maze Game, provides an early demonstration of first-person...

Windows (1997)

There has been a radiation leak at a top secret research facility and people are being transformed into monsters. As...

Escapee Go! iPhone Front Cover

iPhone (2010) and Nintendo DSi (2010)

Awakening in a cell with no memory of who you are save for your name, Claire, you hear a voice...

Escape from Hell DOS Front Cover

DOS (1990)

For an inexplicable reason, an ordinary guy named Richard was thrown into Hell. Apparently, there has been some mistake, but...

ZX81 (1983)

Escape From Manhattan is a game inspired by the movie Escape From New York. The year is 1999 and Manhattan...

Escape MCP Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1983), ZX Spectrum (1983) and VIC-20 (1983)

In this game you play the role of a man who has been deatomized by a rogue 6502 processor and...

Escape Velocity Macintosh Front Cover

Macintosh (1996)

Escape Velocity is an open-ended, role-playing arcade game set in a future where interstellar space travel has allowed mankind to...

Escape Velocity Nova Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2003) and Macintosh (2002)

In Escape Velocity Nova (EVN) the player takes the role of a starship captain, warping from system to system, trading...

Macintosh (1998)

This space trading simulation sequel uses extended features of the original game engine. It has a new story in a...

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