Break da Bank Again II Slots

Break-da-Bank-Again-IIThe second of the Break Da Bank Again slot machines, it’s a title that uses pretty much the same graphics and theme as the previous title, but in this case you get four slot machines in one. What that means is that you have four different slots on the screen, and you can spin the reels on all of them, getting four times more chances to win a prize. Unfortunately, you also pay four times more money, so all you win in this case is a bit of speed in reaching your goal, nothing more.

The game has four separate slot machines in it, each one with 5 reels and 9 paylines. Each one can get its own features activated, including free spins, wilds and multipliers. As for the payouts, they go up to $3,750.

Features of Break da Bank Again II

The MegaSpin system, with four slot machines, is the biggest feature of all. The others include wild symbols, very big multipliers, scatters and free spins.

First of all, MegaSpin, the “four slot machines in one” system. You get all four on the screen, you start them from a single Spin button, and your bets are four times bigger than normal as well. There is that chance that you will get free spins easier, but since you pay extra for the privilege it’s not that big of a thing.

Next, we have the same wild symbol that was also in the first Break da Bank Again title. It has the logo of the game on it and what it tries to do is substitute for other symbols, whenever it happens to land on a payline where its help is needed. If it does manage to do its job as a wild, it applies a 5x multiplier to the win. It doesn’t have any of its own payouts to give away though.


Free Games Feature

Now, just like in the previous title, the free spins are started with the help of Vault Door symbols, which need to appear scattered on the reels. Three to five Vault Doors will give you 15 to 25 free spins, so up to 100 total can be won at the same time, if you happen to get the required scatters on all four slot machines during the same round.


Multipliers of 5x are applied to all wins obtained during free spins, and if the wilds also get involved the multipliers go up to 25x. For each additional Vault Door that appears on the reels, you win an additional free spin.


Betting options and jackpots

With four slots, and with 9 lines in each case, you can use up to 10 coins per line. Up to 360 coins can be used in the game, and since denominations go from $0.01 to $0.25, the most you can bet is $90.

The biggest payout you can get without help from multipliers isn’t that great, going up to $3,750. However, there are 5x multipliers that can apply to it, coming from both the wild and the free spins. Actually, you can get both multipliers involved, for a total of 25x, in which case the payout reaches $93,750.

Design and symbols

The design hasn’t changed much since the previous game, except for the obvious part, where they made the slot machine smaller and they put four of them on the screen. It’s an old looking game otherwise, with low quality designs for most of the symbols. Some of them do try to look more presentable, but it’s obvious that they’re not modern.


Symbols: Vault Door (scatter), Game Logo (wild), Diamond (1,500x), Bars of Gold (1,000x), Stacks of Cash (750x), Checque (500x), Gold Coins (200x), Ace (90x), King (70x), Queen (70x), Jack (50x) and 10 (50x).


Is It Worth Playing?

The game is different enough to warrant a bit of attention from you, and I’m sure you will love that it can have multipliers that go up to 25x. The presence of four slot machines built into one will certainly help with the slot’s appeal.

The Break da Bank Again II slot machine is offered through the Microgaming platform, so if you want to play it for real or just to practice, look out for casinos that use it.