DescriptionThese 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.
ZX Spectrum (1987)
Nim is a simplified board game, involving crossing out any number of strokes on any line. The game begins with...
Nimrod is the earliest known example of a computer especially built to play a video game. The game in question...
Nine Men's Morris is a player vs computer, mouse controlled, implementation of a strategy board game that dates back to...
Windows 3.x (1993)
Nine Men's Morris, also known as 'Mill' is a player vs computer, mouse controlled, implementation of a strategy board game...
12 years ago, a lone foreign ship was attacked off the coast of Japan by the forces of warlord Oda...
Nintendo DS (2008)
Ninjatown is a family-friendly tower defense game for the Nintendo DS that features the artwork and characters of ex-EGM editor...
Game Boy Color (2001)
Nintama Rantarō: Ninjutsu Gakuen ni Nyūgaku Shiyō no Dan is based on the anime Nintama Rantarō. The game is a...
Commodore 64 (1988)
Nippon is a German role-playing game with similarities to the Ultima games of the same time period. After reading a...
Game Boy (1998)
Nippon Daihyō Team: Eikō no Eleven is a soccer sport simulation with main focus on Japanese National team and their...
Nitedals Fyrstikker (English translation: Nitedal's Matches) is a puzzle game where the player has to move a limited number of...
Commodore 64 (1984)
Niterider is a top view driving game where the screen scrolls vertically upwards constantly as you move your Trans-Am around...
Commodore 64 (1992)
Nobby the Aardvark is on the hunt for Antopia after an ant ready to be lunch told him about this...
Nobody Shooter is a demake of Everyday Shooter made for the TIGSource Bootleg Demakes competition. It recreates the first level...
DOS (1988), PlayStation (1998), Game Boy (1990), SNES (1993), Genesis (1993), Amiga (1988), NES (1988), TurboGrafx CD (1993), WonderSwan (1999), MSX (1987), Macintosh (1990), Wii (2008), PC-88 (1986), PC-98 (1987), Sharp X68000 (1988), Sharp X1 (1987), FM-7 (1987) and Wii U (2014)
In the 16th century, Japan's Sengoku ("Warring States") period divided the nation into numerous feudal states, each ruled by a...
Top games by as rated by the press:
- 96 Chrono Trigger
- 95 Radiant Silvergun
- 94 Sid Meier's Railroad Tycoon
- 94 Pac-Man: Championship Edition DX
- 94 Metal Gear Solid
- 94 Metal Gear Solid
- 94 Chrono Trigger
- 93 Tecmo Super Bowl
- 93 Sid Meier's Civilization II
- 93 Shadowfire
Games must have at least a Critic Score of 80 to be considered.
Top games as rated by our users:
- 4.78 Napalm: The Crimson Crisis (1998)
- 4.69 Summer Carnival '92: Recca (1992)
- 4.66 Crystal Defenders (2008)
- 4.66 Pac-Man: Championship Edition (2007)
- 4.61 Aleste 2 (1989)
- 4.60 Ultima: The Second Trilogy (1992)
- 4.59 SD Snatcher (1990)
- 4.55 Digidrive (2006)
- 4.52 Pac-Man: Championship Edition DX (2010)
- 4.51 Lethal Xcess: Wings of Death II (1991)
Games must have at least 5 votes and a User Score of 4.0 to be considered.