Break da Bank Again is the successful 5 Reel sequel to the popular 3 Reel Break da Bank Slot, offering more excitement, more opportunities to win and bigger pay outs than its older sister. A 5 Reel, 9 Payline Slot, Break da Bank Again features the contents of a bank vault, including coins, jewels, gold bars and many other previous items; there can hardly be a Slot more enticing than one that literally shows you the riches that could be yours, with a little bit of luck. The Wild is represented by the Break da Bank Again logo and substitutes for all symbols, multiplying by the number of Wilds in use, to create some lucrative winning combos.
The Scatter is depicted as the Bank Vault; score two or more anywhere on the reels to receive a payout, or three or more to receive up to 25 Free Spins with multipliers up to 5x the original wager. Break da Bank Again may be a chance for you to rob the Casino dry, but it certainly won’t break your bank balance thanks to its minimum wagering option of just $0.09!
Break da Bank is one of Microgaming’s older video slot games but it’s held up quite decently over the years. For a game that was released in 2008, Break da Bank still looks good when compared alongside more contemporary releases. The game’s look and feel is also still very impressive. Microgaming have equipped the game with a smooth running slots engine, which is software talk for the fact that the game runs without hiccups and if any occur, it’s the result of a lagging internet connection. The graphics, which account for the look are still good and fall well within the theme of the game so expect to see bank vaults, gold bars, precious stones and wads of cash.
Compatibility has also been spruced up quite a bit, and this implies that the game will work on desktop and laptop PC’s as well as smartphones and tablets. What it boils down to at the end of the day is that you won’t ever have to be without this game. If you’ve got a smartphone, Break da Bank Mobile Slots will let you enjoy the convenience and the freedom of playing to win anywhere you want.
Like many of the games that came out in 2008, this game sports those classic Microgaming hallmarks – Wilds, Scatters, Free Spins and a Gamble Feature. The Break da Bank logo or emblem serves as the Wild symbol and can provide a 5x multiplier in the base game and a 25x multiplier in the Free Spins Feature. The silver bank vault is the Scatter symbol of the game and is your passage to the Free Spins feature. This feature can only be entered into once you land 3, 4 or 5 Scatter symbols on any part of the reels. The amount you land will also determine the amount of free spins you’re entitled to. Three Scatter’s will be give you 15 spins, four Scatters will give you 20 spins and 5 Scatters will give you 25 spins.
Finally there’s the famous Microgaming Gamble Feature, a rarity in the more recent titles but one that keeps player’s going back to the old ones like this one. Each time you achieve a winning combination in the base game, the option to double and even quadruple your wins through a guessing game of cards becomes available. It can mean quick gains but be warned, it can also mean quick losses.