Following on from the Break Da Bank pokie, which was one of the first that Microgaming ever released and has faded into obscurity over the years, Break Da Bank Again is a heist themed pokie that you can find on Jackpot City and other top online casinos.
The aesthetics are all based around a heist, with everything from gold coins and paper money, to checks. How the last one fits into a bank heist we’re not really sure, but there are also priceless gems, vaults and other items you would find in a high-octane heist movie.
This 5 reel pokie only has 9 paylines, and whilst it is not a progressive jackpot pokie, you can still pickup a jackpot of close to 400,000 coins via the base game and the bonus rounds. Of course, the value of these coins will depend on how much you bet with, but even if you’re playing for just $0.01 a coin (the minimum bet) it’s still a sizeable win. Of course at the maximum bet of $1 per coin, it’s considerably more.
The vault symbol unlocks the main bonus round, which is a free spins round. These spins can not be re-triggered, but you will be given a minimum of 15 and a maximum of 25, which should be more than enough to scoop a big win. This is helped by the fact that the main game logo plays the role of a 5x multiplier during these free spins, so keep an eye out for it as you play.
We didn’t really enjoy the first release in this series, but we have considerably more respect for Break Da Bank Again, as it is leagues above its predecessor. The RTP is over 95%, and it feels even higher as you play, with big wins never being too far away and with the free spins round landing often.