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Get ready to be dazzled by Diamonds and Jewels in Microgaming partner, SpinPlay Games newest release, Bank Vault!
Bank Vault has an exciting Diamond Dollar Cash Prize feature and a unique Cash Catch round in Free Spins all up for grabs.
Will Bank Vault leave us high and dry or will we be lucky enough to bag ourselves the 10,000x maximum win? Let’s find out!
The theme for Bank Vault is fairly obvious from the title, so if you’ve got an eye for anything that sparkles, you’ve come to the right place!
The background puts us in an eerily quiet hallway of a Bank, with lights that lead the way to a glorious Bank Vault. The background is a little disappointing considering the theme is about a Vault that is no doubt bursting with expensive Jewellery and stacks of Cash. We can think of a handful of other background ideas that would have given this slot a little more glitz and glam.
The most intriguing part by far has to be the enormous Cash Wheel that is spinning slowly behind the reels, which comes into play during the Free Spins round.
The music playing throughout is jazzy and upbeat which we can really appreciate and it definitely puts you in a positive mood. Sound effects are dramatic and very loud and tie in nicely with the theme.
Overall, SpinPlay Games could have made the design of Bank Vault a little more glamorous but don’t let that deter you from what’s important and that’s Gameplay.
Bank Vault has a variety of betitng options for players to choose from. For those who prefer a lower stake, the minimum bet available is £/€0.20 per spin. For those who prefer a higher stake, the maximum bet available is £/€25 per spin, with plenty of other options in between the two.
The highest paying regular symbol in Bank Vault is the Triple Diamonds, followed by the Double Diamonds, Single Diamonds and any combination of the three. Medium paying symbols fall to the Triple Gold Bars, followed by the Double Gold Bars, Single Gold Bars and again any combination of the three. Lower paying symbols are the Ring, Watch and Money.
Wild symbols substitute for all symbols except Scatters and Gold Diamond Dollar symbols.
Bank Vault is a 5 reel slot with 25 fixed paylines. In order to form a win you will need to connect 3 or more of the same symbols from left to right, starting from the left-most reel.
The base game in Bank Vault has a special Diamond Dollar Cash Prize feature which definitely brings some excitement to an otherwise simple gameplay. It’s not the most thrilling of features we’ve come across before but it most certainly fills a void.
Situated on the left side of the screen is a list of amounts, these are part of the Diamond Dollar Cash Prize feature.
Landing 3 or more Diamond Dollar symbols in any position on the reels, during any random spin, awards a Cash Prize.
Landing 3 Scatters on reels 1, 3 and 5, triggers the Cash Wheel, which can award either the Cash Catch feature, Diamond Dollar Cash Prizes or Free Spins.
Once triggered, spin the Cash Wheel to decide your fate. Not only does the Cash Wheel award one of the above but there is also a smaller Wheel attached that spins, which awards a Multiplier.
During Free Spins, the Diamond Dollar Cash Prize feature is active. Depending on the Multiplier that is awarded, the Cash Prize values will be Multiplied by the awarded Multiplier.
During the Cash Catch feature, Money can be seen flying in the air.
Catch as much of the flying Money as you can to win prizes. All wins are then Multiplied by the triggering Wheel Mutliplier.
It’s easy to disregard Bank Vault at first glance because of it’s ‘generic’ theme if you’re more of a progressive player, but you should really give it a chance, and you may well be glad that you did.
Bank Vault has significant potential with 10,000x capabilities, a very decent 96.33% RTP. Bank Vault may not be as alluring as some of the Amazing Link slot games, and it may not be as imaginative as titles like Alice in Wildland or Mustang Riches, but it’s certainly warrants a few spins in our opinion.
If anything, Bank Vault speaks to a more classic gamer with a theme synonymous with the idea of gambling. iGaming hasn’t always been weird and wonderful themes, and in a way it feels like Bank Vault is more true to an older era of gaming with a classical theme.
Overall, Bank Vault may not earn a place in your head and your heart forever, but it certainly has the potential to earn your respect.