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Used to describe any game where the main setting of gameplay is represented by a top-down (also known as overhead) view of the playfield. Top-down perspective may be used for a wide variety of genres; among the most common ones are vertically scrolling shooters and most 2D role-playing games.
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Arcade (1985)

Player must maneuver their character around an oval play field attempting to score by placing a ball into their receptacle....

Mayhem Intergalactic Windows Front Cover

Windows (2007)

Mayhem Intergalactic is a turn-based strategy game that takes place in space. Players control different planets and each turn have...

Windows (2004)

The goal of Maze is very simple. You are in control of your player at the bottom of the playfield,...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

The goal in Maze is for the player to find all the gold hidden inside a maze. The game will...

Atari 8-bit (2014)

Maze is a game created for the "NOMAM Basic Ten-Liners 2014" competition. The entire code, written in the Turbo Basic...

DOS (1983)

A simple maze navigation game with randomly-generated screens in 10 skill levels - 32,000 mazes are possible for each level....

DOS (1986)

Maze Adventures is a collection of four maze games: Diamond Digger Block Five Rogue Runner Maze Machine

Maze Craze: A Game of Cops 'n Robbers Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1980)

In Maze Craze, your goal is to be the first of two players to make it out of a maze!...

Maze Game Apple II Front Cover

Apple II (1978)

An early Silas Warner creation which helped pioneer the 3D first-person perspective in home computer games, much like Escape (with...

Maze Hunter 3-D SEGA Master System Front Cover

SEGA Master System (1987)

You are trapped in a twenty-level maze, and your job is to make your way toward the bottom, and get...

Windows 3.x (1992)

Mazemaker is a shareware game which generates mazes through which the player must navigate. The mazes vary in complexity from...

ZX Spectrum (1982), ZX81 (1982) and Camputers Lynx (1983)

Mazeman is a Pac-Man clone. Like in the original arcade game the player has to make his way through a...

Commodore 64 (1989), ZX Spectrum (1989) and Amstrad CPC (1989)

Maze Mania is a Pac Man variant. Flippo, the protagonist, has to solve a number of mazes by turning all...

DOS (1991)

The player here controls a secret agent, represented by an "X" in the middle of a textmode map window, searching...

Maze of Space Macintosh Front Cover

Windows (2010) and Macintosh (2010)

In this prototype, the player controls a spaceman wandering the blocky confines of a randomly-generated space-maze (space station? planetary colony?...

Windows (2000)

MazeRace is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package were used, in...

DOS (1986)

This game is a close relative of the better-known Kroz series. Searching for the Heart of Courage in the Ezam...

Game Boy Advance (2006) and Nintendo DS (2008)

The ancient gods have passed judgment, and as a result all of mankind has been sentenced to be replaced with...

Mazes Unlimited MSX Front Cover

MSX (1986)

Apart from certain Pac-Man influences, Mazes Unlimited is a very simple maze game. You guide your smiley face around labyrinths...

Macintosh (1986)

This is a version of the very first 3D first-person shooter ever made around 1973 on the Imlacs PDS-1 mainframe...

Arcade (1994)

Mazinger-Z is a 2D vertical scrolling shooter, based on manga and anime with mechas (giant Japanese robots) "Mazinger-Z". The player...

ZX81 (1981)

Your quest is to enter a maze to explore it and find the treasure before returning back to your start...

DOS (1996)

A roguelike inspired by (and released at) the annual Assembly demoparties held in Helsinki's Hartwall Areena, in this "virtual demo...

Atari ST (1994)

Mc Coy is a variant of Dr. Mario, without Mario and running in a GEM window. The objective is the...

Mean Arenas Amiga CD32 Front Cover

Amiga (1993) and Amiga CD32 (1994)

You have entered a game show where you need to collect all gold coins scattered throughout the 22 arenas in...

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