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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Arcade (1978)

Pro-Racer is a single-player top-down arcade racing game. The player needs to avoid oil-spills and keep increasing the time limit...

Pro Skateboard Simulator Commodore 64 Front Cover

Commodore 64 (1988), ZX Spectrum (1988) and Amstrad CPC (1989)

Codemasters applied the fast-pitching 3D isometric graphics of Marble Madness to this recreation of skateboarding. There are 7 levels of...

Windows (2002)

Pro Soccer Cup 2002 is a football game, released just before the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan. The...

Prospector in the Mazes of Xor Amiga Front Cover

Amiga (1989)

Xor involves guiding two characters through 15 complex mazes to collect all the balloons within a move limit. Hazards such...

Genesis (1993)

Pro Striker is the first title in Sega's early-'90s soccer franchise. It is an arcade-style soccer game similar in play...

Genesis (1994)

Pro Striker 2 is the sequel to the first title, and is a very similar soccer game to the previous...

Genesis (1993)

Pro Striker Perfect is an updated version of the original release that features updated player statistics and the addition of...

Windows (2001)

Earth is threatened by asteroids. You are inside "Protector", a satellite which runs in orbit around earth and you must...

BBC Micro (1983)

Protector is an action game played from a top down perspective that can only be controlled with joystick. In the...

DOS (1997)

Protivostoyanie: Opaleonniy sneg is an add-on for the real-time strategy game Counter Action, devoted to the winter period of World...

DOS (1999)

This compilation consists of the original Counter Action and its add-on. The game includes two campaigns for Russian and German...

Windows (2008)

Protoganda II is a shoot 'em up game and a sequel to Protoganda: Strings, with retro-styled graphics. The player controls...

Windows (2007)

Protoganda: Strings is a fast-paced vertical shooter with a visual style somewhat inspired by old Soviet 8mm movies. Gameplay consists...

DOS (1987)

Proton is a single-player computer adaptation of Photon, a.k.a. Lazer Tag's lesser-known competitor. A pair of three-man teams - Blue...

Wii (2008)

PC-98 (1991) and FM Towns (1991)

The Kingdom of Faladia has been enjoying an era of peace and prosperity for a long while. However, it all...

TurboGrafx CD (1994)

The Pro Yakyū Super '94 is a follow-up to The Pro Yakyū Super. With the exception of a new mode,...

TurboGrafx CD (1992)

The Pro Yakyū Super is a follow-up to The Pro Yakyū. Gameplay mechanics are nearly identical to that of the...

Pro Yakyū World Stadium TurboGrafx-16 Front Cover

TurboGrafx-16 (1988)

Pro Yakyuu World Stadium is the first baseball game released for the PC-Engine. The general gameplay as well as the...

Atari 8-bit (1988)

Przekładanka is a puzzle solving game. The goal of the player is to move all digits from the first container...

ZX Spectrum (1986)

Psi Chess is a chess game with both a 2D top-down and an heightened 3D view; the latter featuring two...

Psichodelya Linux Front Cover

Linux (2014), Windows (2014) and Macintosh (2014)

Psichodelya is a top-down vertically-scrolling shoot 'em up with gameplay mechanics inspirated by Ikaruga and other older shooters. The player...

Atari ST (1989)

Psicotic is a multi-screen shoot'em up game coded in STOS. Aliens from the planet ZzalazZ has almost destroyed earth and...

Psikyo Shooting Collection Vol. 2: Sengoku Ace & Sengoku Blade PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2004)

Volume two of the Psikyo Shooting Collection contains the following arcade shoot 'em up games:Sengoku Ace Sengoku Blade: Sengoku Ace...

PlayStation 2 (2005)

The third volume in the Psikyo Shooting Collection contains two shoot 'em ups that were previously unreleased on the PlayStation...

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