First, Android 16 disconnects his elbows to reveal cannons inside his arms. Then, he charges fire-like energy in the cannons and fires a yellowish-orange Energy Wave that scorches the opponent, inflicting a high amount of damage.
Video Game Appearances
Hell's Beam was named in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, where it appears as one of Android 16's ultimate attacks. Android 16 also uses this version of the Hell's Flash in the Butōden series. Android 16 uses a one-handed version in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, this technique appears under the name Energy Gun and is a Special Move used by Android 16. In this game it is fired one-handed. It also appears as one of the special moves that can be learned and used by the Namekian Android 76.
In Dragon Ball FighterZ, it appears under the name Hell Heat and is one of the Super Attacks used by Android 16. Though it is fired one-handed, Android 16 fires it at the ground either straight down or down diagonally depending on the input. This attack does not consume ki though it can only be performed on the ground.