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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Hole in One Golf Game Boy Color Front Cover

Game Boy Color (1999)

Hole in One Golf is a golf game with some unusual features like the event feature. Activating events allows a...

Hole-In-One Miniature Golf DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989), Amiga (1988), Atari ST (1988), Commodore 64 (1988) and Apple IIgs (1988)

Hole-In-One Miniature Golf provides an overhead view of each hole. The game play is controlled entirely with the mouse. You...

Hole-In-One Miniature Golf Deluxe! DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989)

Re-released version of Hole-In-One Miniature Golf with 3 more courses. (8 in total. 144 holes).

Hole in One Professional NES Front Cover

NES (1988) and MSX (1986)

This is the second golf game from HAL Laboratory after Hole in One. Like it's predecessor, Hole in One Professional...

ZX Spectrum (2007)

Holidays in Amsterdam is an adult variation of Frogger. The player's task is to guide a vacationer across a road...

Game Boy Color (1999)

Hollywood Pinball is a pinball game with seven tables with different themes: Shark!, Terror Dactyl!, Double Agent, The Legend of...

SNES (1995)

In Holy Umbrella you control a schoolboy who lives in modern-day Japan. One day, the sky suddenly turns dark blue,...

Home Alone Genesis Front Cover

Genesis (1992) and Game Gear (1992)

Macaulay Culkin briefly became a child star following the film Home Alone, in which he played Kevin McCallister, who is...

Dragon 32/64 (1984)

You are a small man living in a protective bubble. Your job is to clear the aquatic screen from the...

Windows (2000)

Long time ago, an evil creature known as the Devourer of Souls was banished to the Void by powerful mages....

Browser (2006)

This game puts the player in the holey shoes of a street person, navigating the intersections and back lanes (with...

SG-1000 (1984)

This is a standard, top-down Mahjong title. You can play against the computer or a friend. The game came with...

Home Run Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1978)

The game can be played against the computer or with another player. You have the option to have 1, 2...

Homerun Hitters PSP Front Cover

PSP (2010)

Homura PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2005) and Arcade (2005)

An evil fallen angel steals the Divine Crystal, one of Heaven's untouchable treasures. With this crystal he gains the power...

Supervision (1992)

Honey Bee is a vertically-scrolling shooter that bears a striking similarity to Konami's TwinBee. The player controls a cute-looking ship...

Honeycomb Beat Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2007)

DOS (1988) and Commodore 64 (1988)

Based on the 1950s TV series of the same name, The Honeymooners is a series of mini-games. Ralph Kramden wants...

DOS (1993)

Hong Gildong-jeon is a role-playing game based on the classic Korean novel Tale of Hong Gildong by Heo Gyun. The...

Hong Pong DOS Front Cover

DOS (1998) and Windows (1998)

Hong Pong is a Pong variant set in five different war zones (including one hidden) and with tanks instead of...

PlayStation (1998)

The master chef Hao goes in a quest to hunt down and avenge his master by hitting every inn and...

Commodore 64 (1984)

Hooper is a single screen game where you control Hooper himself as you try to fill in all the various...

Hoplite iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2013), Android (2013) and iPad (2013)

Hoplite is a turn-based strategy game set in procedurally generated levels with hexagon tiles and roguelike elements. The game is...

Hopper ZX Spectrum Front Cover

ZX Spectrum (1983), MSX (1986), BBC Micro (1983), Electron (1984), Oric (1983) and ZX81 (1981)

Hopper borrows the Frogger style of gameplay, for one of many games inspired by the arcade hit. The road has...

DOS (1985)

An unofficial port of the commercial game Hopper, which existed on other home computer platforms, itself a clone of the...

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