I’ve always enjoyed the Medal of Honor video games by EA. The action was always intense and the strategy plentiful, yet it was ridiculously difficult like some of the other army-themed first person shooters out there. I have a feeling things just got either a whole lot easier or a whole lot harder.
Electronic Arts has announced that Medal of Honor Airborne is now available for play on mobile phones. You take on the role of Boyd Travers, a soldier in the 82th Airbone division and it’s up to you to fight your way through eight levels of intense World War II combat. Revisit epic battles like D-Day.
Obviously, the controls won’t be nearly as complicated as its PC and console equivalents, but Medal of Honor Airborne for cell phones is supposed to still offer a fair bit of functionality. Throwing grenades, using a flare tool, and strafing your way to greatness are all available.
More information can be found at www.eamobile.com/moha.