Crack the safe in our online slot game Break Da Bank Again Megaways!
There are up to 117,649 ways to win in this slot, and you can use Rolling Reels to complete a number of wins from just a single wager.
Initiate the Free Spins bonus round when at least three Scatter symbols are displayed, and you can re-trigger this feature too.
Break into the bank.
The bet sizes available in Break Da Bank Again Megaways range from 20p to £20.
There are up to 117,649 paylines in this game.
Wild symbols can replace all other symbols in Break Da Bank Again Megaways, with the exception of Scatter symbols.
When you achieve a win that features a minimum of one Wild symbol, it is multiplied by 5x.
During the base game, Wilds can only land on the extra reel.
During Free Spins, Wilds can hit on both the extra reel and reels 2, 3, 4 and 5.
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The win multiplier starts at 1x, and following every roll of the Rolling Reels it will be boosted.
There is no limit to the value of the Free Spins multiplier.
Extra free spins will be awarded for any Scatter symbols that are displayed during Free Spins.
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Scatter symbols are unable to land on reels 1 and 6, as well as the extra reel.
Bets placed throughout the Free Spins bonus are the same as those on the spin that activated the feature.
Free Spin Scatter symbols may be displayed in four different size variations in the base game and Free Spins.
The multiplier could start at 20x if you trigger 15 free spins.
Re-triggering Free Spins in Hot Mode has no impact on the active multiplier.
Rolling Reels Feature
Rolling Reels are active in both the base game and free spins, causing symbols involved in winning combinations to be removed from the reels, with new symbols replacing them.
This can result in a string of consecutive wins.
Scatters are not removed during Rolling Reels, and when you've finished your rolls they will be evaluated.
Return to Player
Return To Player (RTP): 96.05%
The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.
For example, if we take £100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out £96.05 of wins.