I bought a great game "year 1992 i dunno exactly" THEIR FINEST HOUR: The Battle of Britain
Lucasfilms Games, it has got manual copy protection when turning your radio on flight, and the "manual" was a great war book. A complex request, dream is free. THANKS ANYWAY. G.LUCK
This will be the hardest yet to find. Its an old DOS game in the early 1990's. The game was base on a strategy and real time action game. During campaign, you would select different sections on a map to try and conquer. The units you had were mechs that you selected and bought. When you start to fight, the view was top-down with the mechs of the 2 armies that were to battle on opposite sides. You could jump from one mech to another to control directly or you could let your army battle by themselves. You were capable of blowing wholes in building and walls to make your way to the enemy mechs to try and demolish them. It was know as large scale back them cause you could have about 20 mechs i think fighting per side.
I suggest addition of old, DOS game called "Ugh!":
It is freeware now, so you should not have any copyright problems but it needs dosbox. Your hallmark compilation skills would give new life to this oldie.