Join a jolly jester trying to make off with a haul of loot in Bank or Prank, a 5 reel, 243 ways to win slot from Stake Logic. It comes with a free spins round with added wilds as well as special banker bonus. Try and break the bank from between 40p and £40 per spin.
A stuffy looking bank forms the backdrop to the reels. The old building has been given a bit of a blingy overhaul though so look out for statues covered in jewels and crowns. The reels feature A to 10 playing cards that are made up of banknotes.
They’re joined by a sack of cash, a security van, a jolly jester and a cigar-chomping banker. The best of the standard symbols is the Bank or Prank logo which pays 100, 200 or 400 coins if you land 3, 4 or 5 on successive reels. Watch out for the bomb symbol which can land on reels 1 and 5. If it lands next to a lit box, it will turn it off.
Appearing on reels 2, 3 and 4 only is the gold coin which is the game’s wild. It replaces all other symbols. You’ll notice 3 boxes to the left and right of the reels. These are the key to unlocking Bank or Prank’s pair of features.
Mystery Reward feature – you’ll see that some symbols on reel 1 come with a ? attached. When 1 of these lands on the same row as a box, the box will be lit. Once all 3 boxes are lit, you’ll trigger the round. The banker will peel off from his wad of notes and award a coin prize.
Free Spins feature – it’s a similar process to trigger the free spins round. Here you’ll need to light up the treasure chest boxes to the right of the reels by landing Crazy Wild Symbols on reel 5. Once all 3 treasure chests are lit, you’ll receive 10 free spins complete with added wilds.
As you’d expect from a slot called Bank or Prank, there’s a bit of an anarchic feel about the design of this game. The gameplay is pretty standard though. We managed to land both features at regular intervals though but never got near to breaking the bank. We’d put the variance on in the middle which possible wins of up to 1,822 times your stake on each spin.
Bank or Prank is a solid enough slot, combining good design with a couple of decent features. It may not be a classic but if the jester works some magic, some high-octane japes are possible. I urge you to try some of Stake Logic’s other games with Lord of Darkness and Midnight Rush recommended.