Break Da Bank Again Slot Review
The original Break Da Bank video slot was made popular by Microgaming because of its abnormally high betting limits. The sequel to this game is Break Da Bank Again, and while it doesn't have the super-high limits of its predecessor, it does have a very high volatility which is perfect for players who want to go big or go home. This game uses five reels with nine paylines, and coins start at just $0.01 apiece. This means you can play this game for as little as $0.09 per spin if you desire, which puts it well within the budgets of even penny players.
The theme of this game is breaking a bank vault, and you'll find all kinds of money-based symbols like the vault, stacks of bills, gold bars and different types of coins. The Break Da Bank logo is the wild, and it gives you a big 5x multiplier on any win that uses it. You can get a 1,500x payout for five of the purple gem, and this can jump up to 7,500x if you use a wild to get it. As you can see, the multipliers add a lot to the volatility of this Microgaming slot.
Free spins are won in the Break Da Bank slot with three or more of the scattered vault, and these free turns change the wild multiplier to a whooping 25x. This is because all regular wins are hit with a 5x multiplier, and this combines with the 5x wild multiplier to give you 25x. The top payout is a whooping 37,500x during the free spins, and that's obviously a pretty big deal for any player at any level of stakes.