Break da Bank Slot Review
Break da Bank game is part of a series of slot machines which have rather limited graphics, yet they seem to be quite popular among players. Microgaming is the creator of this series, which starts with a classic title (this one) and continues with two modern variants. You have the theme of the bank robbery, a fairly common choice, and the background and the reels will show you what you would expect, images of vault doors, dollar bils and gold coins. It’s a classic game, one with 3 reels & 5 lines, which manages to offer a wild symbol and a multiplier. The best prize offered is going to give you $12,000.
Betting and Prizes
You have 5 coins to work with, and they are available for the 5 lines which you can activate, 1 coin for each line. Besides the number of lines, you decide on the coin value also, the range for it starting at $0.25 and being capable of reaching $5. With everything selected, you can spend $25 per spin.
The line on which you form your combination will determine how much you take home. The Game Logo is the symbol you rely on for the best prizes and features, and it needs to appear three times on one of the active lines to get you paid. The 1st reel will give you 1,000 coins, the 2nd reel 1,200 coins, the 3rd reel 1,400 coins, the 4th reel 1,600 coins, while the 5th reel pays the best prize of 2,400 coins, meaning up to $12,000.
Break da Bank Slot Features
A Game Logo symbol gets all the glory in this slot, as wilds usually do. As I mentioned above, the best prize comes from the wild symbol when it forms its own combo of three icons.
When wilds appear just once or twice on the same line, they can be used to substitute for the others and to bring you prizes which are multiplied in value. One wild can double a prize when that combo is formed thanks to it. Two wilds on a line, together with a third regular symbol, will also form a combo, one that pays 4x as much.
Theme & Design
Break da Bank slot has pretty dated design, using an image of a vault door that’s overflowing with money for the background picture. The reels and the symbols are just as simple looking as the rest of the slot. You have the image with the logo, the Dollar Sign and the three Bar symbols which are far from attractive.
It seems to be a fairly normal classic slot, with average payouts, with typical features and dated graphics. All in all, I can’t find a single reason why you should play it.