Network game. Required a connection to The Links dial-up network.
The content of the game was planned to be a simulation game that can be played simultaneously by eight people via the network.
The player first selects an arbitrary planet to be the base from 16 planets existing in the system, and registers it in the host computer together with the name of his army. Then, the host side specifies the game holding date and the start time, and the play starts according to the schedule. After that, as with the existing titles, we will capture other planets while advancing control over planets and manufacturing and managing fleets. You can divide your fleet into up to four. The planet battle is not an action game, but a method similar to that of the PC98 version, in which a driving armor owned by the fleet or Stormy Gunner is put in to decide the victory and defeat. There is also a window on the screen that allows you to chat with other players.
Detailed in page 10-13 from MSX Exclusive Communication, the appendix to MSX FAN 1987 12 https://archive.org/details/MSXFANMSXBBSDec1987/page/n9/mode/2up
MSX FAN 1988 01 page 78 announces two Daiva online sessions, Dec 12-31 1987 and Jan 1-indefinite date 1988 with 8 players participating each. However the 2nd session is no longer listed in the LINKS schedule on MSX FAN 1988 02 page 72 and suggests the cancellation.