The Break da Bank Again slot, so might go the PR material, is more than a mere sequel to the highly popular Microgaming slots game Break da Bank: It’s an evolution! From the classic slots-style play of Break da Bank comes this 5-reel video slot which builds on the motif and theme of the first. Low variance, good payouts and a slick feel ensue.
The symbol set is a mix of old and new icons. Returning from the original Break da Bank are symbols such as the gold coins, the game logo and the vault. Other symbols of the wealth the would-be thief/player will soon accrue include diamonds, gold bars (incidentally, BAR symbols were included in the original game, so why weren’t they gold? Ah, hindsight, 20/20, etc.), cash and checks (yes, really. No, we don’t know why.)
And, because the 5-reel format typically demands more symbols than the typical fruit machine or other classic 3-reeler, a range of low-paying symbols – the ubiquitous A, K, Q, J AND 10 – HAS BEEN ADDED. Maybe they should have called us for ideas; we could’ve suggested, likesay, using the $, €, £, ¥ and ¢ symbols. See? It’s interesting, it fits in with the theme and … ah, forget it. Someday someone will hear the jaded slots gamer’s plea to end the tyranny of tedious poker-run symbols.
The Break da Bank Again slot also returns its bonus-multiplying wilds: Land just one wild (the slot’s logo) and win a 5x bonus multiplier tacked onto any winning combinations in which it participates. Unfortunately, multiple wilds do not mean a climbing bonus multiplier, but the player is rewarded with an insane 25x multiplier for wild in winning combinations during the free spins bonus round.
Hit three or more scatters (the vault icon) to launch the free spins bonus round in the Break da Bank slot. Win 15, 20 or 25 free spins for three, four or five scatters, respectively, and enjoy an automatic 5x bonus multiplier on *all* wins. Add in a wild to those wins and bingo, there’s a 25x bonus multiplier for ya.
Best of all, the top jackpot prize of an astounding 375,000 coins (or $188,500 exactly at max bet – a single-line payout like that in a 9-payline game? Insane!) may be won during the free spins round.
Break da Bank Again has nine paylines. Wagering in this game involves factoring in paylines (though we assume you’ll be playing all nine, like a smart ‘n’ proper slots player) multiplied by “coin” value multiplied by “bet level”, ie. Number of coins, per payline. Essentially, a bet over 100 possible wagers can be made when playing all 9nine paylines ranging from 9¢ to $45.