About Break Da Bank Again
Although Break Da Bank Again is a little dated now, there is still loads to love about this game’s reels and symbols. The machine is set in an opulent purple backdrop that’s suggestive of the wealth that can be won on every spin and the icons are made up of gold and other signifiers of extreme wealth, such as piles of banknotes. The whole grid is framed in a steel-like exterior, suggestive of a vault where a large amount of casino cash might be held – the sort of money that you’d like to see finding its way into your pockets.
Musically Break Da Bank Again features an understated soundtrack that consists of clubby bass notes combined with high synth hits that creates an undiluted atmosphere of sheer suspense. This is backed up with a constant steam of background conversational noises that helps set the scene – giving you the feeling that you could actually be on the floor of some big Las Vegas casino. The only thing that lets down this superb sonic production are the win noises that are a little old fashioned and reminiscent of the beach front arcade – but this is our only criticism of the audio production.
The base-game in Break Da Bank Again plays out over nine pay-lines spread across the standard five reel casino slot arrangement. This may seem like a very low number of lines when you compare it to the big 243 ways to win games from Microgaming like Battlestar Galactica and Immortal Romance, but it does mean that the pay-table on this machine is fine tuned for the wins. Even more so when you consider the introduction of the signature wild – this has the power to increase your wins by five times if you’re lucky enough to include it in any of your winning combinations.
Break Da Bank Again also features the classic card flip gamble game. Here you can take any small win you hit on the reels and risk it all on the colour of the next ace off a pack to double your money – or if you’re feeling super lucky then you can try to guess the suit of the ace to quadruple your cash. This is the most common type of gambling game you’ll find in online casinos, versions of it feature on many video poker machines as well as slots. It’s easy to learn, but impossible to predict.
Stop in three or more of the special vault scatters to take you to the Break Da Bank Again bonus round. Here you’re given a bunch of free spins, the more scatters you hit the more spins you’ll receive. 3, 4 or 5 scatters wins 15, 20 or 25 spins respectively – this is important as there is no chance to re-trigger the spins from the bonus game. The best thing about this free spin round is that for the duration of the feature all your wins are multiplied by a whopping 5x – this means if you can stop in a combination featuring the wild your winning combination will be multiplied by a whopping 25x. With a maximum of 375,000 coins available in this feature – it’s definitely one that you’ll want to get into.