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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K-Rally Symbian Front Cover

Windows Mobile (2006) and Symbian (2006)

K-Rally is a top-down racer where you are equipped with mines and rockets, and have several levels of upgrades available...

Windows (2000)

The player must steer a bus with groups of three colored potatoes on it. Blocking the bus' path through the...

Commodore 64 (1984)

Krazy Kar is a top view vertical scrolling driving game where you control a car as the screen scrolls constantly...

Krazy Kobra Apple II Front Cover

Apple II (1987)

It's the classic game of Snake, except released back when it was still fairly new. This version however is an...

K-Razy Shoot-Out Atari 5200 Front Cover

Atari 5200 (1983) and Atari 8-bit (1981)

K-Razy Shootout is an arcade action game similar to Berzerk. You are in a maze filled with dangerous robots. Your...

VIC-20 (1982)

Krell is a Space Invaders clone with a twist. You don't have any barriers for protection against the enemy formations,...

DOS (1991)

In Kret the player controls a mole who was born in stuffy basement ruined palace. The owner is a sadist...

Amiga (1995)

Krętacz is a timed puzzle-solving game. The objective of the game is creating an electrical circuit by rotating wires before...

Kreuzzüge Windows Front Cover

Windows (2006)

Kreuzzüge is basically the same game as Kampf dem Terror with a different scenario. In this game the player takes...

Dragon 32/64 (1983)

Kriegspiel is German for "wargame", and that is exactly what this is. The game behaves much like a traditional board...

Krieg um die Krone Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1989)

Krieg um die Krone is the predecessor of Heirs to the Throne a board game comparable with Risk. In a...

Commodore 64 (1985)

Krisp is a variant of the arcade game Nibbler. The game takes place in a series of mazes (60 in...

ZX Spectrum (1984)

Królewna Jebaczka is a four stages arcade game. The first three stages are reminiscent of the game Pac-Man, where the...

ZX Spectrum (2013), SAM Coupé (2013) and Timex Sinclair 2068 (2013)

Krunel is a Puyo Puyo variant. The player's task requires connecting horizontally, obliquely or vertically three identical puzzles. Except of...

Krymini Commodore 64 Front Cover

DOS (1991), Amiga (1990) and Commodore 64 (1991)

Krymini is a puzzle game in which the player gets presented with a 6x6 grid. Balls with different colours are...

The Krypton Factor Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1987), ZX Spectrum (1987) and Amstrad CPC (1987)

In this game you take the role of a contestant in the TV game show The Krypton Factor. The gameplay...

Krypton Factor: The Original J2ME Front Cover

J2ME (2008)

In this game you play as a contestant in the TV game show The Krypton Factor. The game consists of...

Linux (1997)

KShisen is an implementation of the Shisen-Sho/Match-It coin-op. Stones are places on a flat rectangular board and have to be...

Linux (2002)

KsirK is an implementation of the Risk-board game. Up to six players compete on a world map. Each turn armies...

Linux (1998)

KSnakeDuel is an implementation of the Tron arcade game. Two players compete on a board moving around, but leave a...

Linux (2006)

KSquares is an implementation of the pen and paper game Dots and Boxes. On a grid each player connect two...

Windows (1995)

Kulki (Marbles) is a board game, taking place on a 9x9 board. At the beginning of the game, five marbles...

Amiga (1995)

Kulman is a side-scrolling Pac-Man variant. Instead of dots player has to collect all the fruits present on the board....

PlayStation (1997) and PC-98 (1994)

Long time ago, the Black Dragon was destroying human cities and devouring human beings. A sword imbued with magical powers...

DOS (1990)

Kurtan is an old clone of Sokoban, developed by a joint US-Georgian (former USSR) venture. The game was widely circulated...

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