Gameburger Studios Software

In recent times we’ve seen quite an expansion of independent game builders, and it surely is a good thing as it gives us, the players, even more diversity and choices. Also, we’ve seen quite a few instances in which a major company takes a noobie under its wings to make some great games together.

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past decade, you haven’t heard of the popular Break Da Bank series, originally published by Microgaming, probably the biggest giant in the software industry.

Well, Gameburger Studios is lucky enough to be added to the menu of premium independent game builders, and the first game they’ve published is actually Break Da Bank Again Respin! The game is made for all Microgaming’s operators.

Gameburger Studios was only launched in August 2019, so they are a young company that works for Microgaming exclusively and provides them with gaming content for all markets outside of the US.

The team consists of creative and passionate professionals that have more than 20 years of industry experience, but the fact that Microgaming’s been backing them up ever since their day one speaks volumes about their credentials.

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Well, this is a somewhat peculiar situation, as we’re speaking about a software provider that’s only emerged recently, and so far they have only one slot game published, but what a game it is!

The first version of the game was always a massively popular game among players, but now the new reboot published by Gameburger Studios really blows it through the roof.

Break Da Bank Again Respin is titled so that evokes images of winning so much money no bank in the world could actually hold it.

The game really boasts some over-the-top design and visuals, and keeps the format of the original game, so it does come with 5 reels and 9 lines. If you’ve ever played the original game, you will surely wonder whether they’ve kept the original bonus features, but fear not, it’s all there… and then some!

Probably the biggest change here is the new game math applied to the game, so it’s RTP has actually been pushed up to 96.08%, which is significantly more than what the original had to offer.

When you pay a visit to the developer’s site you will see that they have yet another game that’s coming soon, and it’s called 9 Masks Of Fire. It sure does sound good to us!


All things considered, diversity surely is the future, as shown by this joint venture between Microgaming and Gameburger Studios. We are surely going to see a lot of similar endeavors and seems that these guys really know what they’re doing. In the meantime, we’re really looking forward to seeing more of their games.

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