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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MSX (1985)

Final Justice is a vertical shoot 'em up game developed by Compile. In Final Justice, you control a space craft...

TurboGrafx-16 (1989)

Final Lap Twin is an open-wheel F1-style racing game loosely based on Namco's Final Lap arcade game. The game display...

Final Legacy Atari 8-bit Front Cover

Atari ST (1988) and Atari 8-bit (1987)

This is a battle on three fronts. You are the captain of the ship Legacy. Your ultimate goal is to...

PC-88 (1986), PC-98 (1985) and FM-7 (1985)

Final Lolita has little to do with PSK's previous similarly-named titles gameplay-wise; however, it shares with them the macabre premise...

Final Orbit DOS Front Cover

DOS (1990)

Final Orbit is a top-down giant robot action game. You pilot an egg-shaped robot, shooting everything in sight on each...

Final Soldier TurboGrafx-16 Front Cover

TurboGrafx-16 (1991), Wii (2007) and Wii U (2014)

A sci-fi top-down shooter, sequel to the Star Soldier games. Once again its your job to protect the Galactic Empire...

Amiga (1988)

The Final Trip is a two dimensional vertically scrolling shooter set in space. The player controls a space ship called...

Final Zone II TurboGrafx CD Front Cover

TurboGrafx CD (1990)

Final Zone II is a top down shooter in which you controls a soldier on some levels and vehicle on...

Final Zone Wolf MSX Front Cover

MSX (1986)

Final Zone Wolf is a overhead game where your in command of a small military commando team, and you move...

Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2006) and Nintendo 3DS (2012)

Nemo's fish tank friends are sealed up in plastic baggies and ready to make their daring escape! Help Gill, Bloat,...

Findola Windows Front Cover

Windows (2004)

Findola is a pair-matching game that uses not one but three tiers of tiles. Players have to click on a...

Amstrad PCW (2012)

Find that mine! is yet another clone of Minesweeper, this time for the Amstrad PCW. It uses a full graphical...

Find the Balance iPad Front Cover

iPhone (2017), Android (2017), iPad (2017) and Nintendo Switch (2018)

Fine Sweeper Windows Front Cover

Windows (2015)

Fine Sweeper is a re-interpretation of the Minesweeper rules of strategically clearing a board while avoiding hazards, however expanded in...

Finger Connection PSP Front Cover

Windows (2003)

Fire is a keyboard controlled puzzle game from France in which the player has to navigate a beach ball and/or...

Windows (2013)

Fire Arrow is a short time attack "coffee break" shoot 'em up with randomized enemies and adaptive difficulty. There are...

Atari 8-bit (2008)

Fireball 1k was developed for the annual Mini Game Competition and was an entry for the 1k size category.In this...

Arcade (1984)

Fire Battle is a science fiction themed vertical scrolling shoot 'em up game in which you take control of a...

Jupiter Ace (1983)

Firebird is a side view single screen shooter where you have to blast Fuel Cells and giant birds to destroy...

Browser (2004)

Firebox Speedy Santa is a promotional flash game created for online retailer Firebox.com. The game is a re-skinned version of...

Fire-Brigade: The Battle for Kiev - 1943 DOS Front Cover

DOS (1988), Amiga (1989), Atari ST (1989) and Macintosh (1989)

The Fire Brigade was the 48th Panzer Korps, which was heavily involved in the battle this wargame recreates - Operation...

Apple II (1982)

Firebug is a lo-res graphics, action game where the objective is to pop open cans of gasoline and ignite them...

Fired Up PSP Front Cover

PSP (2005)

In Fired Up, you take on the role of various members of a resistance cell in an attempt to stop...

Fire Emblem Game Boy Advance Front Cover

Game Boy Advance (2003) and Wii U (2014)

The rightful heir to the throne of Rikea is finally returning home after many years lost to her people. But...

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