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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 (1996)

Jigsaws Galore is a jigsaw puzzle program. It comes with a number of pre-made puzzles to put together, and allows...

Windows (2008)

This classic jigsaw game contains 150 puzzles selected from best pieces of art and paintings. There are different difficulty levels,...

Windows (2008)

This classic jigsaw game contains 150 puzzles with themes such as pets and animals, flowers and nature, art and paintings,...

CD-i (1992)

Jigsaw: The Ultimate Electronic Puzzle is a collection of digital Jigsaw puzzles. The game allows you to choose a picture...

DOS (1990)

Jim Kobbe's Pool Game in 3D is a shareware, single player vs the computer pool game that is based on...

Game Boy (1993) and NES (1993)

Jimmy Connors Tennis is Nintendo's 8-bit attempt at professional tennis. It has three skill levels,beginner, medium and advanced and lets...

Jimmy Houston's Bass Tournament U.S.A. SNES Front Cover

SNES (1995)

A game that simulates the sport of bass fishing. It offers both a practice and a tournament mode. In the...

Game Boy Color (2000)

Jimmy White's Cueball is a pool game which offers the variations straight, 8 ball, 9 ball along with snooker and...

Jim Power: The Lost Dimension in 3D SNES Front Cover

SNES (1993)

In in this altered and expanded port of the original Amiga title, Earth has always blocked "The Lost Dimension" and...

Jinks Commodore 64 Front Cover

Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988), Commodore 64 (1987), Atari 7800 (1989) and Amstrad CPC (1988)

Jinks added a largely new concept to the Breakout type games, offering much freer paddle movement (both horizontally and vertically),...

DOS (1992)

Classic blackjack game in DOS. Objective beat the dealer by getting as close as possible to 21. Has mouse support....

TurboGrafx CD (1994)

Tremendous Soccer '94 is a soccer (football) game with licensed players and teams of the Japanese soccer league (J.League). There...

Joan of Arc: Siege & the Sword DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989), Amiga (1989) and Atari ST (1989)

In the 14th century, England has a presence in France, and as Charles, it's up to you to get rid...

SNES (1994)

This sequel puts you back into the roles of the cavemen, Joe and Mac. This time, a caveman named Gork...

Joe Montana Football Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1990)

Joe Montana Football for the Genesis is an action-oriented football game starring Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana of the...

Joe Montana II: Sports Talk Football Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1991)

Sports Talk Football is Sega's second football game on the Genesis, again licensed from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Joe Montana.As...

Oric (1983)

Jogger is a clone of Frogger, where instead of a frog, you play a jogger who has to cross a...

ZX Spectrum (1983)

Unlike the Oric version, and despite sharing the same name and publisher, Jogger on the ZX Spectrum is an unorthodox...

Commodore 64 (1985) and Atari 8-bit (1983)

This racing game is viewed from above, with the circuits comprising junctions, multiple paths and a variety of corner types....

John Chenault's Snake! DOS Front Cover

DOS (1984)

John Chenault's Snake! is one of the first Nibbles clones for the IBM PC.But this ASCII graphics Snake game has...

John Deere: Harvest in the Heartland Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2007)

In John Deere: Harvest in the Heartland you'll use your custom made character to navigate (up/down, side to side) your...

John Elway's Quarterback PC Booter Front Cover

PC Booter (1988), NES (1989), Commodore 64 (1988), ZX Spectrum (1990) and Amstrad CPC (1990)

In John Elway's Quarterback, it's one player vs. the computer or two human players going head-to-head in single-game American football...

TurboGrafx CD (1993)

The first and only Madden game to appear on the TurboGrafx, it features the standard game modes such as exhibition...

John Madden Football DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989), Commodore 64 (1989) and Apple II (1988)

Old american football simulation co-designed by famous sportscaster John Madden. The first game in EA's long-running Madden series. Different versions...

John Madden Football SNES Front Cover

SNES (1991), Genesis (1990) and Amiga (1992)

Unlike the first computer versions, this game originated on consoles and focuses on the action on the field instead of...

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