Farm Animals Can be Cute, Too!

Twister Wilds is a humorous look at farm life! In the wide world of online casino games, here at Everygame Casino, farm life may not be the most common theme, yet we find at least one farmer slot every year or two from our game provider SpinLogic.

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How Cute are They?

The little piglet and the cow are smiling, the bales of hay are all stacked for later use, the cat does seem a bit out of sorts, the barn is a bright red against the even brighter blue sky, the milk pail reminds us of days gone by when all milking was dome by heavily calloused hands!  For spice, we have the modern tractor to plow the fields, collect the hay from the fields, and otherwise make a full day of farming infinitely more productive!

The farm boy or farm girl is a rosy cheeked young person who is happily going about her or his daily chores on the farm.  Twister Wilds is so called because the wild symbol seemingly “twists” the money you might win around the symbols.

The Wild Wild Symbol

When the wild symbol shows up in the regular game (on the third reel) it expands to cover the entire reel.  It also has a 3x multiplier for all wins it creates.

The Free Spins Bonus Round

When the rooster shows up, you might get to the free spins bonus round with nine free spins that you can retrigger.  The wild symbol gets wilder yet here in the bonus round.  It expands to cover two reels!  And it still carries that 3x multiplier.

So, retriggerable free spins with wilder symbols than we have seen in a long time plus a solid multiplier plus the humorous side of farm life that comes pouring out at every spin means great online casino gaming here at Everygame Casino!

Wilder, Wilder, Wilder

What does our use of the term “wilder” to depict the activity of the wild symbol remind us of outside of the casino and Twister Wilds slot game?  Why Laura Ingalls Wilder, of course, who wrote a seminal book about farm life in the 19th century in the United States called “Little House on the Prairie”.

The books in the Little House series do not always treat farm life as a humorous way of life.  There are challenges to be met, hard work to do, and the occasional loneliness of the vast American prairie in the middle of the 19th century!


How is Farm Life Depicted in Movies?

Two movies stand out as examples of how farmers are seen as slightly coo coo: Field of Dreams and Babe.  By the way, when Babe was released many people thought that it was about Babe Ruth the legendary American baseball player.  It isn’t!

Field of Every Boy’s Dreams

In Field of Dream, the farmer, played by Kevin Costner, hears voices as he plows his fields for corn planting.  The voice says again and again “build it and they will come”.  He has no idea what the voice is telling him to build and who will come.  But the voice comes back!

This farmer is not a fifth generation farmer who knows everything there is to know about farming.  He is a transplanted city man who is alarmed at that voice in his head!  So, like a fool, he asks the other local farmers at the barbershop if they also sometimes hear voices while they are out on their fields.

There is no spoiler alert here!  If you have not seen Field of Dreams yet, we encourage you to do so!  It is a great movie in its own right and it is very sympathetic to the hard and often lonely world of modern 20th and 21st century family farming.

We will say, however, that when Farmer Kevin does “build it” “they” do come and it fulfills a dream that every American boy had when he was the age that Laura Ingalls Wilder was in her books!

Who Was Babe if Not Babe Ruth?

Babe Ruth was called Babe because he was only 17 years old during his first spring training with the Boston Red Sox who later sold the Babe to the Yankees (everyone knows that the Yankees are from New York) and started the Red Sox on a decades long downward spiral that was called “The Curse of the Babe”.

The curse ended in 2004.  We won’t tell you how it ended.  We will tell you that it is the subject of a great documentary called “Four Days in October”.

The Babe of the movie is a runt piglet that the farmer “wins” by guessing its weight at a local fair.  We don’t know exactly where the farmer lives but we suspect either Australia or New Zealand although there are no accents to give the location away.

Babe describes farming as a cooperative venture between the farmer, his sheep, and his sheep dogs.  As such, the farmer is more allied to his animals than to any other person!

In one memorable scene, the farmer is sitting against a tree eating his lunch sandwich and the main sheep dog “begs” him for a bite and he throws the last few bites over to the dog.

We won’t spoil the ending of Babe either except to say that it ends well for the pixilated farmer and his notion that Babe the little runt pig can also herd sheep!

The American Farming Town

The works of Mark Twain are about small town life more than about farming but in the latter decades of the 19th century most small towns served the farming communities around them.  as such Huckleberry Fin n and Tom sawyer show the border between the full-fledged farming life and life in the small farming village circa late 18th century Missouri.

These are a far cry from novels about New York City!  Even in Chicago, the Second City but a distant second to New York, novelists wrote about city life as if it were disconnected from farm life.  The Studs Lonigan trilogy, by James T. Farrell, depicts Chicago during the great depression as brawny, burly, and Catholic.  Far from the farm, indeed!

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There is a very good reason why SpinLogic has depicted farm life so humorously in Twister Wilds.  Simply put, slots are one of the best ways to unwind after a long day!   Twister Wilds will put a smile on your face and may put some cash in your pocket as well!

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