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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Dedicated console (1976)

Gameroom Tele-Pong is Pong variant that plays pong for up to four players. There is no on-screen scoring, it has...

Windows (2000)

A computer version of the magazine "GAMES" containing 115 assorted digital crosswords, logic puzzles, trivia games, and other mind teasers....

GAMES Interactive 2 Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2000) and Macintosh (2000)

This is the second virtual edition of "GAMES". It contains 150 assorted puzzles taken from the pages of the magazine...

The Games People Play: Gin ∙ Cribbage ∙ Checkers ∙ Backgammon DOS Front Cover

DOS (1990)

The title pretty much says it all, a game package featuring two card games (Gin and Cribbage) and two board...

Games People Play: Hearts, Spades & Euchre Windows Front Cover

Windows (1997)

Classic card games remade by the masters of strategy, Westwood Studios. Play over the internet in tournaments, on a network...

Games That Didn't Make It Macintosh Front Cover

Macintosh (1999)

Games That Didn't Make It is a compilation of eight previously unreleased Epic Banana games. Several of the games are...

Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise! SEGA Saturn Front Cover

SEGA Saturn (1997)

Game Tengoku is a conversion of the coin-op game of the same name. The game is a vertical scrolling comical...

Dedicated handheld (1985)

Game & Watch Multi Screen: Black Jack is the tenth game in the fourth (and biggest) series of Game &...

Dedicated handheld (1987)

Game & Watch Multi Screen: Bomb Sweeper is the twelfth game in the fourth (and biggest) series of Game &...

Dedicated handheld (1983)

Game & Watch Multi Screen: Pinball is the ninth game in the fourth (and biggest) series of Game & Watch...

Dedicated handheld (1986)

Game & Watch Multi Screen: Squish is the eleventh game in the fourth (and biggest) series of Game & Watch...

Gamino Windows Front Cover

Windows (2005)

Gamino is an original puzzle game. You'll have to match colors triangular dominoes and explode them to go to next...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

Gammon allows the player to play the classic board game Backgammon against the Commodore PET computer. All basic rules apply...

Gammon Gambler TRS-80 Front Cover

Apple II (1980) and TRS-80 (1982)

Gammon Gambler offers complete backgammon gameplay for one player against the computer. The pieces are represented by text X's and...

PlayStation (2003)

Ganba no Bōken: The Puzzle Action is an arcade style action game similar to Capcom's classic coin-up game Pirate Ship...

Ganbare Goemon 3: Shishi Jūrokubee no Karakuri Manji-gatame Wii U Front Cover

SNES (1994), Wii (2009) and Wii U (2013)

Third title in the Ganbare Goemon series of platform/adventure games which cast you as the heroic Goemon as he attempts...

Ganbare Goemon Gaiden: Kieta Ōgon Kiseru NES Front Cover

NES (1990), Wii (2012), Nintendo 3DS (2013) and Wii U (2015)

This is a semi-humorous Japanese-style RPG set in medieval Japan. It tells us about the adventures of Goemon, the noble...

Game Boy Color (1999)

Another RPG title for the Ganbare Goemon series. Once again you take control of the wily adventurer Goemon and his...

Ganbare Goemon: Sarawareta Ebisumaru! Nintendo 3DS Front Cover

Game Boy (1991) and Nintendo 3DS (2012)

First portable title in the Ganbare Goemon series which tell the wacky adventures of the mystical ninja Goemon as he...

Game Boy Color (1999)

A unique entry in the Ganbare Goemon series, Tengu-to no Gyuakushu! doesn't place you in the shoes of the wily...

Ganbare Goemon: Uchū Kaizoku Akogingu PlayStation 3 Front Cover

PlayStation (1996), PSP (2007), PlayStation 3 (2007) and PS Vita (2012)

First 32-bit title in the Ganbare Goemon series of platform/adventure games in which you take control of the heroic Goemon...

Neo Geo Pocket Color (2000)

In this game you keep watch on the wacky Neo Poke-kun, a cartoony programmer thing that lives locked in his...

DOS (1997)

Gandalf is a side-scrolling labyrinth action game. The protagonist of the game is a gnome named Gandalf. The sorcerer called...

Gandhara: Buddha no Seisen MSX Front Cover

MSX (1988), PC-88 (1987), PC-98 (1988), Sharp X1 (1987) and FM-7 (1988)

Gandhara refers to the capital of the Kushan Empire, (today's Pakistan and Afghanistan), founded in 1st century BC, whose rulers...

Commodore 64 (1989)

Gangster is a single screen shooter using a LightGun where you play the role of a Downtown Cop who has...

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