Bankers Gone Bonkers Slots

Rival has created a slot called Bankers Gone Bonkers, which holds more promise than the title might suggest, given that it is about bankers. We've checked it out and we can confirm that it's worth playing the practice game. This will reveal just how entertaining it is to play…

Which format is provided in the game?

We have five reels, but as Rival has added four symbols to each of those, you can expect to play over 1,024 ways to win rather than getting paylines in this case.

The betting options include a potential ante bet

Playing the basic game costs between 40 cents and $100 for each spin. However, if you would like to activate the Collect and Win element that can appear in the free game feature, you need to add an ante bet onto that amount.

This requires you to bet another 50% of the chosen amount on top. For the 40-cent minimum, this ups it to 60 cents. If you went for the maximum $100 bet, you'd wager $150 with the ante bet included.

Do you get any valuable icons in Bankers Gone Bonkers?

Yes, the wild is shown as a stack of banknotes. This can appear as is, or it can bring in a 2x or 3x random multiplier for a prize you find it in.

The bank vault acts as the scatter symbol, and this is the one you must find if you want to play the free spins round.

Bankers Gone Bonkers: The free spin feature and how it works

Three bank vaults landing in a base game spin will give you eight free games. You can increase this to either 15 or 20 games in exchange for four or five scatters, respectively.

If you chose the ante bet, you can begin collecting golden bulls whenever they land in these spins. You need four or more to swap out one or more bankers for the regular bull icon. Since this pays the most for prizes, you can see how swapping out bankers for bulls is a good thing… if you can get enough of them.

Bankers Gone Bonkers is ready to roll - are you?

This is an engaging slot game with plenty of potential. Will you play the ante bet to get the most out of those free games? Try it today and see what you make of it.