Isometric perspective games sorted by release date
DOS19894/5 Distinctive Software
DOS19893.9/5 MicroLeague Multimedia
Populous is an abandoned strategy game designed by the video game celebrity Peter Molyneux, developed by Bullfrog. Populous was released by Electronic Arts in 1989 for DOS and for a long list of other 16-bit and 8-bit systems, both console and PCs. Populos is a really unique game: it gave the name to the the whole god-game genre since, well, in the...
DOS19894.2/5 Blue Byte Software
DOS1990protected3.7/5 Interplay Productions
DOS19904/5 Bitmap Brothers
DOS19903.5/5 System 3
DOS19904.2/5 Merit Software
DOS19903.6/5 Emerald Software
Treasure Trap is an abandoned isometric action-adventure game published for DOS, Amiga and Atari ST by Electronic Zoo in 1990. Treasure Trap was developed by Emerald Software and designed by Brian Kelly.
DOS19913.9/5 Bitmap Brothers
DOS1991protected4.1/5 Quicksilver Software
DOS19914/5 Software Toolworks
DOS19913.7/5 Event Horizon
DOSMac19913.9/5 Gremlin Graphics / Gremlin Interactive
HeroQuest is a classic video game adaptation of the popular board game HeroQuest, released in 1991 by Gremlin Interactive. HeroQuest faithfully recreates the turn-based, dungeon-crawling, and role-playing gameplay of the board game. Players take on the roles of different heroes, including a barbarian, dwarf, elf, and wizard, as they explo...
DOS19913.7/5 Blue Byte Software
Paperboy 2 is the sequel to the much acclaimed coin-op arcade hit Paperboy in which you have to deliver newspapers to subscribers while avoiding every kind of obstacle. Paperboy 2 is an isometric action game developed by Tengen and was released by Mindscape in 1991 for a number of platform. The DOS version of the game is abandoned.
DOS19913.9/5 Esprit Software Programs
DOS19913.7/5 Silicon Software
DOS1991protected4.1/5 Beyond Software
DOS19913.9/5 Paragon Software
DOS19913.3/5 Topo Soft