Top-Down

Description

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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PlayStation 2 (2005)

This is a special release of Konami's Terra Cresta for the PlayStation 2 system. This package contains the original arcade...

Oricmunch Oric Front Cover

Oric (1983)

Oricmunch is a Pac-Man variant with more or less identical gameplay as the original. The player controls the Oricmuncher and...

Game Boy Advance (2003)

The game continues the tradition of Tengai Makyou series, also known as "Far East of Eden". You play as either...

OrigamiGore iPhone Front Cover

iPhone (2012) and iPad (2012)

OrigamiGore is a castle defense game, putting the player in the shoes of a contestant in a brutal and deadly...

DOS (1983)

The ever-popular card game receives another computerized treatment, this time at Buck Mann's casino. The player gets the option to...

Original War Windows Front Cover

Windows (2001)

Original War looks like your standard RTS until you sit down and play it. It is similar to Myth, in...

DOS (1994)

The Orion Project is a single player space shooter released as shareware.In this game the player controls a space ship...

Amiga (1989)

A simplistic "snake" clone written in AmigaBASIC. You guide a snake around the screen by pressing the M and N...

Commodore 64 (1993)

The Ormus saga looks very similar to the early parts of the Ultima series. You live in Barryland, which has...

Atari 2600 (1983)

It is the Grouch Day Picnic and three little grouches (Herman, Grungetta and Sloppy) want to win the Trash Race.Game...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Osero is an adaptation of the board game Othello. The player can play against an AI opponent in two different...

DOS (1993) and Amiga (1993)

Osiris is a puzzle game for three participants. The game field is a pyramid which in itself is divided into...

Osmos Linux Front Cover

Linux (2010), Windows (2009), Macintosh (2009), iPhone (2010), Android (2012) and iPad (2010)

Osmos is a game where the player controls a substance in an enclosed environment, reminiscent of flOw. By touching smaller...

DOS (1988)

Osmosis, also known as 'Treasure Trove', is a Solitaire card game.The game uses a standard 52-card 4 suite deck, and...

NES (1991)

Fuyuu City is a futuristic town in a land where the entire power is in the hands of women, who...

Othello Game Boy Front Cover

Game Boy (1990) and NES (1986)

Othello is a conversion of the board game. Each player tries to fill the game board with as many discs...

DOS (1991)

Othello is a conversion of a known board game, that is played on a 8 by 8 grid. Two players...

Othello Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1980)

Othello is a conversion of the board game. Each player tries to fill the game board with as many discs...

DOS (1982)

This is ancient board game of Othello (another name is Reversi). You must capture opponent's pieces, placing your stones on...

DOS (1988)

Commercial Othello simulator with ASCII graphics. The objective, as always in a Othello game, is to capture more opponent pieces...

Commodore PET/CBM (1978)

Othello is a computer conversion of the classic board game of the same name (also known as Reversi). In this...

Arcade (1984)

This adaptation of the classic board game is played on a 8-by-8 grid. Two players take turns placing their colored...

Jupiter Ace (1983)

Othello is based on the board game where two players try to get the most counters on a 8 x...

Windows (1999)

Othello de Luxe is a PC conversion of the board game Othello respectively Reversi. On a chess board with 64...

Amiga (1989) and Atari ST (1989)

Othello Killer is, despite it's name, an ordinary Othello/Reversi implementation.It features the usual board size and rules. Two players can...

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