Break Da Bank Again is the second of three slots in Microgaming’s Break Da Bank series (the others being the original Break Da Bank, and the third slot, Break Da Bank Again II). This is a heist themed video slot, just like its predecessor and one of the most loved of all Microgaming titles. It is somewhat primitive in terms of the number of lines you get to play with, with just 9 appearing on the slot’s 5 reels. Fortunately, everything is flexible in terms of wagers in Break Da Bank Again. You can opt to wager anything from 0.01 up to 0.25, adjust all of the lines, and stake as many as 10 coins per line. At its cheapest, the Break Da Bank Again slot will cost you just 0.01 per line, per spin. At its costliest, it will set you back 22.50 per spin. With a RTP rate of between 95% and 96%, there is a lot to play for in this non-progressive slot machine game.
This major Microgaming video slots uses its own logo as a wild symbol. Wild symbols can replace all other symbols in the slot, barring the scatter icon. Wilds can also bolster your winning by acting as multiplier symbols. These can see you win between 5x and 25x the normal rate of pay. As far as wild multipliers go, these are some of the most generous ever to appear in any Microgaming developed slot.
Scatter icons are also present in this slot. They can appear as bank vault symbols. When players land 3 or more of these, they will trigger a free spins bonus round. As well as that bonus round, players will also pocket scattered wins when they land 3 or more of these symbols anywhere on the reels of the slot.
A gamble feature is present in this slot if you wish to activate it after any win. We wouldn’t recommend it, though, since you don’t really have a good chance of success with said feature.
What you get with this slot is a pretty straight forward free spins bonus round. Break Da Bank Again offers you up to 25 free spins in this feature. What’s more is that any winnings you do pick up will be multiplied by 5x their normal rate of pay. Again, that doesn’t happen in Microgaming developed video slots too often.
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