Break Da Bank Again
Let’s face it, the idea of coming into so much cash that it quite literally breaks the bank, is something we’ve all dreamt about once or twice. Although this might be quite a farfetched notion for the majority of us, Microgaming is getting players one step closer to living the dream with Break Da Bank Again. This slot is a follow up sequel to the hugely popular Break Da Bank, which has been a fan favourite for some time. Not too much has changed from the original slot, but the team at Microgaming have added a few new twists, extra features and improvements to the art work.
If, like many keen gamblers, you’re familiar with the original Break Da Bank slot, you probably have a good idea of what to expect from the theme of Break Da Bank Again. The theme revolves around anything and everything to do with wealth and opulence. The symbols on the glossy reels will definitely have you daydreaming about hitting a high cash prize; they include gold bullions, collections of shiny gold and silver coins, stacks of cash notes, cheques and plenty of precious jewels.
How to play
There are five reels and a relatively low number of fixed pay lines; only nine. If you’re a high stakes better, don’t be put off by this seemingly small amount, Break Da Bank Again definitely offers high enough wagers and wins for everyone. In order to play, you must select the value of your coins and the number of coins you wish to place on each line. Coin sizes range from 1p to 25p each and the maximum amount of coins placed per bet is 90. Once you’re happy with your wager, all that’s left to do is hit the spin button. There are two non-progressive jackpots in Break Da Bank Again, which pay out 1000 and 1500 coins respectively.
|Type of slot||Video slot|
|Maximum wager (per line)||£10|