Whenever we spot a GameArt slot, we always want to give it a try. Thankfully, they are available to play for entertainment purposes only. That means you can try them for size and not spend a single cent doing so.
There are some great titles to try too. Check out the Money Farm for example – a slot that was so good it spawned a sequel. We thought we’d check them both out here, so you can see if they have some appeal for you.
The big surprise with this five-reel game is that you only get five lines to bet on. However, there are lots of cheerful animals to meet. The hen is the wild, and while it replaces most things, it doesn’t substitute for the scattered eggs. It appears on the final three reels, so it might just complete a prize you would have missed out on.
If the hen does help you win something, you’ll secure five free spins too. Watch out for some special golden eggs too if you can…
It’s time to go back to the farm for the sequel, which features all the same animals you saw the first time. In fact, the game screen looks much the same too. One huge difference is the inclusion of 25 paylines in this version. We like those far more than having just five.
The wild hen, the scattered eggs, and the golden eggs all appear here as well. However, if you find three or more scattered eggs in the base game, you’ll win 12 free spins in this game. There are two reel sets to look at in those games, and you must hunt for some golden eggs too.
We love both these games. The original is good if you’re on a small budget and still want to bet on all the lines. The sequel provides more lines and a souped-up free spins feature too.
Both games are superb, but we tend towards choosing the sequel as the best of the two. If you haven’t yet tried either of them, begin by playing the first and then move on to the second. You will be better able to notice the subtle but good differences between them. And remember, you can play just for fun on the Money Farm too!