Break da Bank Slots

Break-da-BankBreak da Bank is part of a series of slot machines that are offered by Microgaming, and the only one of the three titles to be released with 3 reels and with a more classic approach. It’s probably not going to be a surprise to find out that the theme is bank robbery related, though the expression mentioned in the title is about someone winning so much money that the casino can’t even afford to pay it. The game is a pretty typical classic slot machine, not that special unfortunately, but if you like this type of game, Microgaming has you covered.

This is a very common type of slot machine, using 3 reels with 5 lines. It has one feature symbol, a wild, and it has a multiplier which is applied in certain cases to the payouts. As for the jackpot, it’s the only thing that is not average about this game, offering $60,000.

Features of Break da Bank

The only feature symbol that is offered in this game is a wild, and it’s also the symbol that gives away the top payouts, of up to 2,400 coins. You get those prizes when you have three wild symbols covering the fifth payline of the slot, the others offering smaller amounts.

When the wild appears just once on a payline, yet it manages to help you create a new combo by substituting for a missing symbol, it will double the payout for that combination. When two wilds do the same thing, they pool together their multipliers, so you get 4x the usual prize thanks to them.

Betting options and jackpots

It’s a much more expensive slot to play than you might expect when you hear that it has 3 reels. It allows for each line to get a single coin wager, but its denomination can get as high as $25, even though the starting point is at $1. When all the lines get that bet, you can expect to spend $125 per spin.

Each payline has a different top payout for the same combo of three Game Logos. The smallest one is awarded on the first line, worth 1,000 coins, or $25,000. The best payout is for the fifth line top combo, at 2,400 coins, or $60,000.

Design and symbols

The design isn’t trying to be obvious about what is showing you, an open bank vault being placed in the background picture, with mountains of gold coins being neatly arranged around it. The same image with the bank vault is used for the main symbol as well, while the others are all classic icons.

Symbols: Game Logo (2,400 coins, wild), Dollar Sign (160 coins), Three Bar (80 coins), Two Bar (40 coins) and One Bar (10 coins).

Is It Worth Playing?

The game might have big prizes, but that’s only because it asks for very big wagers to get there. In every other way, it’s a very common and boring type of game. I’d say go for something with better graphics at least.

This Break da Bank slot is offered by all online casinos with Microgaming software, playable either in practice or in real money mode.