It featured topdown realtime strategy, similar to warcraft 2, except you didn't build any base. You steered robots/mechas which were piloted by humans. One of the robots (the green one) had a flamer. Then there was one robot which shot large black balls. Each robot had it's own health bar. I think the robots were steered by manga-characters, but I don't remember. I think you could controll atleast 4 robots but there might have been more at the same time. Each level you navigated your robots around in a maze and defeated enemy robots. I think you recruited new robots between levels. The game was pretty colorful. The game came out after 94 not sure exact year, and I think it is really obscure. The game didn't feel like it was homemade as it felt like it was pretty good production. My uncle downloaded it from some 0-day-gamez server and burnt to cd when I was a kid.