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Review Break the Bank Slots Pokies HD
Decent virtual sots minus the overdraft
Author: Jay Feldman
Date: tested on 24 May 2017 on
Decent graphics, decent game play, one-finger controls
Too easy, very common, monotonous game play
Break the Bank Slots Pokies HD for Android offers Vegas style slots play, minus that sinking feeling you get in your gut when you realize how much money you've lost pumping quarters into a stupid machine. This one doesn't actually do much, but if you're addicted to slots, you just might love it.
Break the Bank Slots Pokies HD displays in landscape mode to reveal a multi-line slots machine, just like the kind you'd see at your favorite casino. The reels are comprised of 3 rows and 5 columns, featuring an array of thug life sorta imagery. There's sacks of money, stacks of gold, cash, safes to crack open and an array of bad guys just looking for trouble. As per usual with slots games, there's also a short menu at the bottom of your screen where you can place your bet and decide how many coins to play. Since we're talking virtual money here, there's no reason not to max out all your bets and go big. Once you're ready, just hit the magic spin button and see what comes up. This is one of those slots games where you can win with an array of zigzaggy connections, none of which ever make sense to me. However, I was able to pull off some nice cha-ching, so the play was satisfying, though thoroughly unprofitable.
The controls just use basic screen taps to deliver the goods, oh, and a lone swipe when you get to spin the big wheel for some not so valuable virtual gifts and prizes. The graphics are the app's strongest element, featuring nice details that draw you into the play. The animation is decent for what little it does, but it renders well with some modest flash and pop. The sounds are as mind-numbingly annoying as visiting a real casino populated with noisy slots that grate on the nerves; so kudos for the authenticity there.
Break the Bank Slots Pokies HD is decent for what it is, though if you find virtual slots with no real payoff captivating, I have to wonder if you have a very real gambling problem.