The Farmer’s Daughter
The Farmer’s Daughter is the eternal complement to the traveling salesman in American folklore and humour, practically Jungian archetypes licking their lips and circling each other warily while trying to figure out how to avoid the shotgun wedding neither party wants their hot-blooded fling to result in.
The video game was written by R.W. Fisher and D.W.J. Sarhan, produced by Nocturnal Software in 1983 for the Commodore 64 and was released in 2002 for personal computers running MS-DOS.