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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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...

Terminal (1974)

Go allows two players to play the ancient board game Go on a PLATO Terminal. Players take turns to place...

Mainframe (1968)

This Go-playing program is the earliest known working implementation of Go on a computer. It was written as part of...

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...

Goal! DOS Front Cover Autograph was added later.

DOS (1993), Amiga (1993) and Atari ST (1994)

Goal! takes the basic gameplay of Dino Dini's previous Kick Off games, but updates most features in some way. Teams...

Game Boy (1993)

Goal! is a soccer game where you must beat a certain amount of teams to become the champion. You can...

Arcade (1975)

Goal/4 is a foosball game. The gameplay depends on how many players there are. In a single-player game, the player...

Neo Geo (1995) and Arcade (1995)

Goal! Goal! Goal! is a 2D sports game - it's football/soccer. The game has 24 national teams - the player...

Arcade (1974)

Goal Kick is a ball & paddle soccer game for one or two players. Players use knobs to control players...

Windows (2004) and Browser (2008)

Goats and Tigers is a freeware, open-source implementation of Bagh-Chal, an ancient Asian board game originally drawn on sand and...

Gobble A Ghost ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983)

Gobble A Ghost is a clone of the classic arcade game 'Pac-Man'. The player moves around a maze gobbling up...

Jupiter Ace (1983)

Gobbledegook is a Pac-Man clone. As always the player controls his gobbler through a maze and has to collect as...

Camputers Lynx (1983)

Gobble De Spook is a Pac-Man variant with the same features as the original. The playe's aim is to achieve...

Gobbleman ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983) and ZX81 (1982)

Gobbleman is a clone of the arcade game Pac-Man and has you attempting to clear a maze by eating all...

DOS (1982)

This text-mode BASIC game finds you in a large room littered with dots. Your character's goal is to gobble up...

DOS (1996)

Gobble Man is a single player, shareware, Pac-Man type game.The player wanders around a maze eating pills and being chased...

Apple II (1981)

Gobbler is a Pac-Man clone that is mostly identical to the original arcade game. The maze layout is slightly different...

DOS (1991)

Gobbler is a single player, shareware, which plays a bit like Pac-ManThe game takes place in a maze. Throughout the...

ZX81 (1982)

Gobblers is a Pac-Man clone for up to four players. The gameplay stays the same as the original with the...

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