|Game:||Break Da Bank Again||Paylines:||9|
|Manufacturer:||Microgaming||Bet Per Spin:||£0.01 – £90.00|
|Bonus Features:||Yes||Free Spins:||Yes|
|RTP:||Unknown||Game Type:||Video Slot|
Money! Cash! Wonga! Moolah! Call it what you want but we’d all like a little bit more than we currently have; the poorest among us would perhaps like a more comfortable life while those with everything will always want one more new car or a bigger house. Break da Bank Again from Microgaming is an online slot for all those who appreciate money in all it’s forms and it’s fun to play too.
This slot has five reels and just the nine paylines to pick from; while it’s cash-related it’s also bank-related and while the standard playing cards are used for the low value symbols, a number of money and bank-themed symbols represent the higher values. We have a pile of gold coins, a cheque (with lots of zeros), a stack of cash, a pile of gold bars and a purple jewel.
There are some good old free spins available when you play this game and to trigger the bonus round you’ll need to land three, four or five of the safe door scatter symbols anywhere on the reels; this will reward you with 15, 20 or 25 free spins with all prizes subject to a multiplier of 5x.
Unfortunately you can’t re-trigger the free spins from within the bonus game but every time you land a scatter symbol you’ll be awarded one more free go.
The wild symbol also comes into it’s own during this phase – if you can land it as part of a winning combination it will multiply the line bet by 25x.
When you spin a win you’ll get the chance to double those winnings in a standard red/black card prediction game; just click the ‘Gamble’ button underneath the reels if another wager takes your fancy. There’s also the option to predict the next suit for a chance at quadrupling your win.
Collect your winnings at any time but if you choose incorrectly you’ll lose your whole win.
A nice simple slot with an entertaining free spins round; the background music is surprisingly relaxing for a game of this nature so there’s no need to reach for the mute button.