Break da Bank Again is the second slot machine of the series with this name, to offer modern features. More than that, this is a game which takes the slot machine from Break da Bank Again, and multiplies it by four. You have four sets of reels together, on the same screen, each one taking a corner and requiring its own bet, offering prizes in exchange. The theme is the obvious one, based on bank robberies and the things you might find inside. It’s a Megaspin title, with wild symbols, with big multipliers, scatters and free spins. You have 9 lines to play on for each slot, and you have four sets of 5 reels. A total of 36 lines are part of each bet, and each one can bring a prize of up to $3,750.
Betting and Prizes
First of all, there are four sets of reels to consider, and each one will have 9 paylines that you can activate. The lines accept as many as 10 coins in a bet, so you can use 90 coins per machine, or 360 coins total. A coin will only go from $0.01 to $0.25, so it’s not a huge range. You can spend $90 per spin this way.
Regular prizes appear to offer 15,000 coins for a combo of five Diamonds. It is worth keeping in mind that multipliers will apply, at 5x thanks to the wilds, and at 25x if the wilds are used during free spins. The value of those prize reach considerable amounts this way.
Break da Bank Again Slot Features
Break da Bank Again slot’s logo will be found in the symbol which behaves as a wild in Break da Bank Again II. You shouldn’t expect prizes to be offered directly by this wild, but if you get it to take part in a winning combination, then the value of the prize will be at 5x the amount indicated by the paytable. It gets even better during free spins, since those have their own multipliers to apply, also at 5x.
The Vault Door would be the scatter, the symbol which you can use as a trigger for free spins. 15, 20 or 25 free games can be activated with 3, 4 or 5 Vault Doors. Wins are at 5x the usual value during free games. For each additional Vault Door, one extra free game will be added to the count.
Theme & Design
It’s a pretty poor looking design, and the fact that the game has four sets of reels showing at all times doesn’t help with the appeal of this slot. The poker letters are especially ugly, while the rest of the icons are simply dated. They include diamonds, cash, gold bars, gold coins and vault doors.
It’s somewhat different from the other 5 reel slot from the Break Da Bank Again series, so if you enjoyed the first one, you might want to try out this one also.