Microgaming has put some great pokies on the web over the years. The second edition in one of their most successful series is Break Da Bank Again Pokies, (successor to the original title, Break Da Bank).
In today’s Break Da Bank Again Pokies Review, we’ll take a close look at all its features and overall profitability.
The game’s duplicitous, bank heist theme has been immensely popular worldwide, and especially with Australian punters. It’s not that we all want to go out and rob banks. It’s more of a general ‘bad boy’ feeling that comes with humorous animations and dreams of striking it rich – preferably on a legal pokies jackpot.
Break Da Bank Again Pokies Review
Break Da Bank Again Pokies is what you’d call an oldie but goody. It was released in Microgaming back in 2008. Its cartoon-style graphics still give the game a modern feel, as that pudgy little jail-bird is once more attempting to rob the bank.
You’d think he’d at least change clothes first. He’s still cloaked in black and white stripes, giving us the impression he’s just broken out of jail. He did take the time to don a bandits masks, though. Smart little guy! But can he break the bank and make off with the cash before the coppers nab him?
You’ll have to spin the reels of this 5×3, 9 payline pokies game to find out. Many of he game’s symbols evolved from the original Break Da Bank Pokies, but there’s a few new ones as well. Icons include the bank vault, sapphire, gold bars, stacks of cash, checks, gold coins, the game’s logo, and basic card values of 10-A.
Break Da Bank Again Pokies Review – Features
The Break Da Bank Again logo is the Wild, and can take the place of any other symbol needed to produce a winning combination – except scatters, of course. When a Wild appears on a win line, it has the lucrative power to increase the payout with a fantastic 5x Multiplier. During free spins, Wild wins are boosted by an even more phenomenal 25x Multiplier!
The Bank Vault is the Scatter. When 3, 4 or 5 vaults appear anywhere on the reels, the player is generously rewarded with 15, 20 or 25 free spins respectively. To top it off, all free spins are paid with a 5x Multiplier (which explains the increased 25x multiplier for wins involving a wild). Players can rob the vault blind for up to 375,000 coins during free spins.
Break Da Bank Again Pokies Review – Overall
Break Da Bank Again Pokies is a very simple game. It’s not overloaded with random features or second-screen bonus games – just the basics. I think its sheer simplicity – and of course those abundant multipliers – are what have made this pokies game so invariable popular for nearly a decade.
As you may have guessed, based on those high-paying multipliers, Microgaming’s Break Da Bank Again Pokies has a high volatility. You’re not going to see wild symbols on every other spin, and those affluent free spins aren’t going to come along very often. But when they do, players are all-but guaranteed to hit some massive wins.