The most popular top down games
DOS19894/5 Data East
DOS19914/5 Off The Wall Productions
DOS1990freeware4/5 Origin Systems
After the success of Ultima 6: The False Prophet, Origin decided to "create worlds" not part of the popular Ultima series (strictly speaking) using the same engine of Ultima 6. They came up with two games: The Savage Empire and Martian Dreams. The Savage Empire is set in a stone age-like world and features prehistoric tribes, dinosaurs, insectoid a...
DOS19843.7/5 Midway Manufacturing Company
DOS1994freeware3.7/5 P Squared
DOS19913.3/5 Softdisk Publishing
Windows XP/98/95DOSLinuxMac1993protected3.8/5 Imagitec Design
Hill Street Blues is an old DOS "driving" game developed by Krisalis in 1991. The gameplay it's similar to a Grand Theft Auto clone (we're talking about GTA 1 or 2) in which you are the police and you have to apprehend criminals. Hill Street Blues is a rare example of game based on a TV series.
DOS19904.1/5 Opera Soft
DOS19894/5 General Quarters Software
DOS19934.1/5 Electronic Arts
DOS19894/5 Ideas From the Deep
DOS19954/5 Avalon Hill
DOSWindows XP/98/951993freeware4/5 Adept Software
God of Thunder is a free computer role-playing game designed by Ron Davis, developed by Adept Software and released by Software Creations in 1993 for DOS and Windows platforms. God of Thunder is an action oriented RPG (sort of...) with strong puzzle elements with a norse mythology theme.
DOS19874.1/5 Arcanum Computing
Windows XP/98/951997protected4/5 SSI Strategic Simulations Inc.
Windows 3.x19924/5 Microsoft
Microsoft Minesweeper is an iconic puzzle game that has been included with Microsoft Windows operating systems since Windows 3.1. The game's objective is to clear a rectangular board containing hidden mines without detonating any of them. The player clicks on a square to reveal what's underneath, and numbers are displayed to indicate how many mines...
DOS19933.7/5 Mindcraft Software