Push Gaming is not the best known casino game developer out there. Founded in 2010, the UK based developer has already signed distribution deals with some major platforms, like Microgaming’s Quickfire. Its founders have tons of experience behind them (James Marshall and Winston Lee have worked at companies like NextGen Gaming, Amaya or SGI).
The latest video slot machine released by Push Gaming is called “Golden Farm” and has one of the most appealing visuals I’ve seen this year. The game has five reels, three rows and 25 win lines. Its reels are filled with farm-related symbols – award-winning produce and farm animals – along with the fair-haired farm girl. The (also fair-haired) farmer boy acts as a Wild symbol in the game.
Golden Farm also has some interesting features, like Wild Respin and Replicating Reels.
One reel is highlighted during every spin. Whenever three stacked symbols land on it, the reel is “replicated” – the same stacked symbols appear on the reels to its left and right. If the replicator reel is on the far end of the play area, the symbols extend to the two reels next to it.
If the stacked symbol that is replicated happens to be a Wild, the replication occurs normally, but an extra free spin is rewarded afterwards. All the Wilds on the screen (the original and the replicated ones) remain stuck to the screen during the free spin.
Other than the above, the game doesn’t have other features. It has Autoplay, as you might expect from a modern slot machine, but no Spin Stop and Gamble features (I personally miss these two, as they can add a lot to the game). The symbols are nicely drawn, and overall the game has a positive atmosphere. It is fun to play, and has the potential to trigger some really convincing wins.