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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Atari 2600 (1982), VIC-20 (1983) and Arcade (1980)

You're the commander of a Polaris class nuclear submarine. Your mission is to defend your country from enemy attack.You must...

Polarium Advance Game Boy Advance Front Cover

Game Boy Advance (2005) and Wii U (2015)

Polarium Advance is basically the same as Polarium for the Nintendo DS, but a couple of new blocks have been...

Commodore 64 (1994)

Pole Minowe is a board game requiring the crossing of a playfield from the left to right border without stepping...

Atari 8-bit (1991)

Pole Minowe II starts after the emergency landing on an alien planet. Moving the Hektor robot the player must reach...

Amiga (1995)

Pole Walki is a tactical turn based strategy for up to four players (humans or computer), played on a side...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

In Police! the player takes on the role of a police agent in his squad car. The game plays in...

Supervision (1992)

Police Bust is a dot-collecting maze game in the tradition of Pac-Man. The player controls a fugitive who is being...

TurboGrafx CD (1993)

Police Connection is a board game with a twist: instead of simply reaching a goal or collecting money, players take...

Police Simulator Windows Front Cover

Windows (2010)

Police Simulator is a single player resource management game that aims to combine simulation and real-time strategy. The player starts...

Arcade (1991)

Pollux is a vertical scrolling space themed shoot 'em up game where you take control of a spaceship that has...

Amiga (1993)

Pollymorph is a single-player colour-matching puzzle game.In this game the player controls a small ball that can be used move...

Poltergeist TRS-80 CoCo Front Cover

TRS-80 CoCo (1982)

"They're here!" This game is based on Tobe Hooper's popular 1982 horror movie where the Freeling family occupy a haunted...

Amiga (1995)

Poltergeist is a top down side-scrolling adventure game inspired by Valhalla and the Lord of Infinity. The action menu includes...

Windows (2007)

Polybius is a fan-made version of an arcade game known only from urban legend. The game play is based on...

DOS (1983)

For maze maniacs who are bored of rectangular layouts and right angles, PolyMaze generates mazes in a multitude of different...

Arcade (1986)

Poly-Play is the only arcade machine created in East Germany. It is a collection of eight different games. Hirschjagd (Deer...

The Pond Browser Front Cover

Browser (2003)

Acorns fall into a pond in which hungry ducks frolic. One variety of duck will be featured in a window...

Arcade (1972)

If you've been playing video games for more than a few years, you've probably at least heard the name "Pong"...

DOS (1995)

Pong is a one or two player, freeware, keyboard controlled implementation of the classic paddle game.The game has five difficulty...

Commodore PET/CBM (1982)

Pong! is collection of three Pong-style games: tennis, hockey and squash and features an additional practice mode. All game modes...

Pongball Champions Browser Front Cover

Browser (2013)

Pongball Champions is a single-player futuristic sports game that combines the mechanics of Pong and Pinball. Set in the year...

Arcade (1973)

A follow-up to the original Pong, Pong Doubles is essentially a four-player version of the original. Two players stand on...

DOS (1994)

A demoscene-flavored adaptation of the Peg Solitaire puzzle: a board with a cross-shaped arrangement of holes, some of which are...

DOS (1991), ZX Spectrum (1991), MSX (1991) and Amstrad CPC (1991)

"Poogaboo: La Pulga 2" is the sequel to Indescomp's Bugaboo (The Flea). Conserving the same gaming style and argument of...

ZX Spectrum (1983)

Pool is a fairly simple game using cue-ball physics and concepts, played on a standard 6 pocket table. As well...

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