The original 3-reel Break Da Bank game became such a cult slot that Microgaming decided to follow it up with a 9-line bonus slot machine called Break Da Bank Again. Like its predecessor, Break Da Bank Again (or "BDBA" as it is more affectionately known on some forums) is highly volatile. In fact, I'd say it is probably the most volatile slot on the Microgaming platform which means you need two things in abundance: patience and money, a little luck wouldn’t hurt either!
The bonus feature is 15 free spins with occasional extra spins awarded when the "safe" symbol lands as a retrigger. There are 5x and 25x multipliers involved in BDBA which is the primary reason this game is so volatile and aimed towards high variance fans. You can go a long time without the feature or any win over 10x and suddenly hit a monster. It's evidently rare so give the game some respect and play it very carefully and take note of your bankroll.
The original 3-reel Break Da Bank is a game that gained its cult status through message boards, mainly because of its streaky nature somewhat akin to the UK's AWP machines ("Amusements with Prizes"). Break Da Bank again has probably surpassed the original in popularity mainly because it is more entertaining but both games continue to be among Microgaming's top slots - even with some 350 others available and more added by the month!
You can actually lower the volatility by playing the Break Da Bank Mega Spin version with its 4 separate yet simultaneous games on the go but the flipside is you either need a healthy bankroll or you bet lower. That version can get expensive but I have to admit, personally I prefer it as you get the feature more regularly.
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