What kind of animals would you expect to see in a Piggy Bank Farm? We understand piggy banks sure, and we understand what goes on when you visit a farm. But putting the two together… we should ask why no other software developer thought to do that before!
Piggy Bank Farm comes to us from Play’n Go, which already makes it sound promising. It gets better still when you look at it for the first time. That’s something we have already done, and we’re going to share some facts about the game with you here.
A farmyard backdrop to set the tone
Yep, you would expect to find yourself on a farm, and it is no surprise to see plenty of piggy banks on the reels there either. Each piggy has the slot in its back and is surrounded by lots of dollar bills and gold coins. All looking good thus far…
Five reels and four rows
This format makes the game bigger than your average 5 x 3 slot. That is good news for you as there is ample room to fit in 50 paylines.
Piggy Bank Spins
This is a key feature of the game and it begins whenever a hammer arrives on the fifth reel of the game. The reels then change to show only the piggy banks; all other spaces remain empty if a piggy bank doesn’t land there.
You get three spins to start this round, but that amount resets to three whenever one or more piggy banks appear anywhere in view. You can get mega symbols of up to 5 x 4 in size here too, and that means the prizes also get bigger.
Free spins also crop up
The best thing about the free spin feature (triggered by three scattered coins anywhere in view) is that the hammer that triggers the Piggy Bank Spins mentioned above can show up anywhere. Since it usually only appears on the fifth reel, this makes it way easier to try and land those spins as well.
Throw in a wild farmer and some multipliers and you can see how much potential the new Piggy Bank Farm slot from Play’n Go has. Look out for it to appear at a casino carrying games from this developer real soon.