Medal of Honor: Airborne is a 2007 mobile phone game, which serves as the mobile phone version of Medal of Honor: Airborne.
The game follows roughly the same story as the console version, except that there are some scenarios taking place during the Battle of the Bulge, and an altered Operation Varsity as well as Operation Plunder.
Differences from the console gameEdit
Aside from the Battle of the Bulge scenarios and alterations on Operation Varsity, there's a lot of differences from the console game, such as:
- There are no Italian Blackshirts or Tropical Heer Infantry in Operation Husky. Instead they are replaced by European Heer Infantry. This also occurs in other missions, where there is no Waffen Infantry or Fallschirmjäger troops.
- The most notable difference: The game is a top down third-person shooter instead of a first-person shooter.
- There are no Nazi Storm Elites. Instead the Waffen Storm Leader (called in-game as "SS Officer") takes their place.
- The player cannot upgrade his weapons, or prepare his loadout before the missions.
- Once again, there are no Tiger tanks, instead there are halftracks. These halftracks are fought in Operation Market Garden and Operation Plunder.
- Allied Paras accompany the player rather rarely; most missions have the player alone, much like the earlier Medal of Honor games.
- The player fights snipers more often than in the console version.
Medal of Honor: Airborne: EliteEdit
In 2011 the game was re-released as Medal of Honor: Airborne: Elite with new features, such as a "supply store" where players can buy weapons, upgrades, powerups, and cheats using stars that the player collects throughout the game; stars were dropped randomly by dead enemies.