Published on 4 December 2014 by Rhi
We have speculated about Tornado: Farm Escape, ever since it was announced back in November on Netent’s 2015 roadmap, but now we can see it in action in this nifty little preview video from Net Entertainment. And I must say, I am blown away by the innovative and exciting features included. How is it possible that with hundreds of games, new ones being released constantly, that Netent still manages to think of and create unique features to keep us on our toes?!
Tornado: Farm Escape
This is a 5-reel, 20-line video slot all about life on the farm when the storm hits. A hilarious video at the start of the game introduces you to the joys and pains of living and working on a farm. Everyone helps out, the chickens, the cows, the pigs, until one day, they’re all swept away in a monster tornado, which the animals see as a chance for a fun holiday! Join them on their travels and you’ll have just about the best time anyone has ever had in a tornado storm! Tornado: Farm Escape is set to be released next month on 22nd January 2015.
Tornado: Farm Escape Storm Wilds
Remember a time when Wilds were just Wilds? No, me neither! For so long now, Netent have been coming up with new and fascinating ways to make Wild symbols more profitable, interactive and all round just incredible. In Tornado: Farm Escape you’ll love the Storm Wild symbol. When this thundery storm cloud appears on the reels, it wafts around the symbols, showering them in thunder and lightening and turning them Wild too. The worse the storm, the more Wilds on the reels and the more wins in your pocket! Never has a raincloud been so welcome!
Tornado: Farm Escape Tornado Feature
The Tornado feature is another one-of-a-kind bonus that some genius at Netent just dreamed up and then made a reality. This feature will suck in (to select) some symbols from the reels, then open up a bonus game where you want it to suck in even more of those symbols, as each one will have a coin value that you win if it makes it’s way into the eye of the storm! For once, we really want those winds to howl!