Empty the Bank: Demo
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Empty the Bank Slot RTP, Details & Wager Limits
The base game action in the Empty the Bank slot plays out on 5 reels, 4 rows and 20 fixed paylines. Create winning combinations by land 3, 4 or 5 matching symbols from left to right across a payline, starting from the leftmost reel.
You can play at bet levels of between 20p and £100 per spin. Use the + and – buttons next to the spin button to adjust. You can set the paytable so that it shows payouts in both coins and cash values. I prefer the latter.
The Empty the Bank RTP is 96.48% which is a slightly higher than average figure. Like many slots from this developer, this is a high variance slot. On a scale of 1 to 5, I’d put the volatility at the maximum of 5. The top payout here comes in at 10,000 x your total stake.
Theme – Audio and Design Features – join a master safe cracker
With a crime caper theme, a cityscape in the dead of night forms the backdrop to the reels in the Empty the Bank slot. With cartoon visuals, you’ll hear a cheeky cockney-style commentary while you spin as well as a cartoonish soundtrack. This revs up into something more of a jazz funk backing track in the style of the James Taylor Quartet when you make it through to the Respin feature. It comes together pretty well overall.
On the reels, you’ll find A to J royals, gold coins, banknotes, gold bars and a bag of gems. The most lucrative symbol is the gold crown which awards 20 x your total stake if you land 5 of them across a payline.
The burglar is the game’s wild. He can land on all 5 reels and substitute for everything apart from the Bonus symbol (the safe).
You can try and Empty the Bank whether you’re playing on a mobile, tablet or desktop device. All versions offer a similar combination of cartoon-style design and simple but highly volatile gameplay.
Empty the Bank Bonus Features
With 3 bonus features, there’s 1 main extra in Empty the Bank. It’s a streak respin-style bonus that offers plenty of potential though. Up to 10,000 x stake can be won.
Empty the Bank Respin feature
Land the Bonus symbols on reels 1, 3 and 5 on the same spin to trigger the Empty the Bank Respin feature. You’ll then enter a bank vault that’s made up of a 7×7 grid. To start, only the middle 5×4 positions are unlocked.
3 money symbols are placed in the positions where the triggering Bonus symbols landed. You’ll then go on to play 3 respins. If one of the following special symbols land, they award a cash prize or modifier and lock in place for the rest of the round. The respins also reset to 3. Here’s what the symbols all award:
- Money Symbol: this bag of notes comes with a cash value of between 1 and 10 x stake attached.
- Walkie Talkie: this adds 1 or 2 x stake to the value of all the Money Symbols on the reels on each respin that follows.
- Computer: this awards a 1 x stake prize. It also multiplies the value of the Money Symbols on display by 2.
- Burglar: this symbol collects the value of the cash amounts attached to all the Money Symbols on show. It also opens up new positions where new symbols can now land.
- Alarm: this also awards a 1 x stake prize. Perhaps more importantly, it increases the number of respins from 3 to 4 until the end of the feature.
- Drill: this awards a 1 x stake prize and also unlocks and blocked position on reel 1.
- Hammer: a 1 x stake prize is awarded here too. The hammer also unlocks and blocked position on reel 7.
- Ladder: the first time this symbol lands, it opens up a locked position on reel 6. On its second appearance, it opens up a locked position on reel 7. Each ladder also awards a 1 x stake prize.
- Safe Door: this pays a 1 x stake prize. Land 3 Safe Door symbols during the respins and you’ll scoop the jackpot prize which is worth 10,000 x your total stake.
When you’ve used up all your respins, the cash values are added together to give you a final payout. Finally, and in some territories (but not the UK), you’ll also have the chance to buy the feature directly for a fee of 80 x your total stake. This is simply called the Buy feature.
Ante Bet feature
There’s an opportunity to increase your stake from 20 to 25 coins per spin and activate the Ante Bet feature. For example, a standard £1 per spin bet increases to £1.25. In return, your chances of triggering the Respin feature are doubled.
Empty the Bank Review Summary – simple cartoon caper packs a punch
The Empty the Bank slot crime caper is nicely constructed. There’s a rather cheeky feel to the cartoonish sound and visuals. This isn’t a game that’s overloaded with extras.
It’s all about the respins which has the potential to be a cracker though. I found it to be something of a feast or famine affair though which is no surprise given the sky-high volatility. The ideal scenario is that you land 3 Safe Door symbols to win a 10,000 x stake prize.
When it comes to the respins, it’s a little like the Money Cart Bonus feature in Money Train 2 (by Relax Gaming) which has gold bonus symbols which deliver cash prizes and special character symbols that give you various extras.
It’s also similar to the Lucky Wagon Spins feature in Fire in the Hole (from Nolimit City). The difference is that these 2 slots pay up to 50,000 x stake and 60,000 x stake respectively.
Empty the Bank FAQs
The Empty The Bank RTP rate is 96.48% which is better than average. With the bigger wins coming in the main bonus feature, the volatility is extremely high.
The maximum win is 10,000 x your total stake. This can be won in the respins feature. Landing 3 Safe Door symbols will ensure this.
The Empty the Bank Respin feature is a streak respin bonus. Each money symbol that lands awards a prize of up to 10 x stake. There are modifiers possible here too which can further boost your winning chances. Finding 3 safe doors deliver the 10,000 x stake jackpot.
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