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 (1995)

Gladiator resembles Gauntlet, set in medieval times. You must travel the forest and kill off all the monsters, collecting treasures...

VideoBrain (1977)

Gladiator is a collection of three games: Ancient Gladiator: a traditional gladiator game featuring warriors and lions Modern Gladiator: a...

Commodore 64 (1993)

You are the best helicopter pilot there is and due to your heroics you are now part of the Gladiator...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Glass Bead Challenge is a shareware strategy game for two players, one player vs the computer, or computer vs computer,...

TRS-80 CoCo (1983) and Dragon 32/64 (1983)

Glaxxons is basically a Galaga clone, with some notable differences. First of all, your ship can not move only at...

Atari 2600 (1983)

This is a version of Scrabble for the Atari 2600.The letters on the top row are shuffled and then you...

GlitchHiker Windows Front Cover

Windows (2011)

GlitchHiker is a single-screen game where players guide a character around to collect coins. The background is filled with blocks...

Glittermitten Grove Linux Front Cover

Linux (2017), Windows (2016) and Macintosh (2017)

Glittermitten Grove is a title that contains two games. On the one hand there is the faery village management game...

Atari ST (1990)

Glob is a collect-em-up game written in STOS.You are trapped in Dr Car-acar-ton's clinic and to escape you need to...

Global Conquest DOS Front Cover

DOS (1992)

Global Conquest is a board game of world domination by Dan Bunten.The goal of the game is to explore and...

Global Domination DOS Front Cover

DOS (1993) and Amiga (1993)

In the near future, the world is divided in 5 power nations that will fight until the conquest of all...

Global Effect DOS Front Cover

DOS (1992), Amiga (1992), Atari ST (1992), Amiga CD32 (1994) and Acorn 32-bit (1995)

Essentially similar to The Settlers AKA Serf City, Global Effect involves building up a sound local economy before going out...

DOS (1985)

Set during the US-Soviet cold war, Global Thermonuclear War pits two players against each other in a simulation of just...

Apple II (1979)

An early Risk clone for the home computer. Players compete for 42 numbered territories on an Earth map. Reinforcement armies...

Glory of Generals Nintendo 3DS Front Cover

iPhone (2013), iPad (2013) and Nintendo 3DS (2014)

Glory of Generals 2 iPad Front Cover
Glory of Generals: Pacific War iPad Front Cover
Glow Ball: The Billiard Puzzle Game Linux Front Cover

Linux (2015) and Windows (2015)

Glow Ball is a billiards puzzle game. The game consists of sinking the balls into the holes on a table...

Windows (1999)

Glowing Bugs is a single-player, colour matching game. Bugs are appear on the leaves of a plant. The player must...

Amiga (1997)

Yet another "minesweeper" game, named after the pet name of the Swedish army's minesweeping machine "Glufs-glufs". The game plays in...

Gmail (included game) Browser Front Cover

Browser (2008)

There's a tradition of including versions of the snake game with application software, so it's not too odd to find...

DOS (1986)

Although sounding similar to Snafu and hanging onto the element of a growing wall from that game Gnafu is more...

Apple IIgs (1989)

Gnarly Golf is a mini golf game that consists of eighteen holes, none of which looks or behaves much like...

Gnasher ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983) and Commodore 16, Plus/4 (1986)

Gnasher is a game based on the classic Pac-Man.Like most other Pac-Man clones gameplay stays very close to the original...

Goal! NES Front Cover

NES (1988)

Goal! is a soccer game for one player against the computer, two players against each other, or two players against...

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