Every so often, a new crash game is released and you know that any prior experience of these games is going to stand you in good stead. They all follow the same formula and if you've played one before, then you are qualified to play them all. I am just surprised that it took Pragmatic Play this long to release the Big Bass series into the fabulous crash waters.
Crash games often suffer from a lack of imagination but that certainly can't be said for Big Bass Crash. The all too familiar fisherman makes an obligatory appearance as he does in all of the games in this series. This time, he's out on his boat and the animated elements include this chap whizzing along while collecting fish as he attempts to build up your bankroll. You can also catch a glimpse of the fish swimming along under the water, plus some steam making its way out of the boat as it gets pushed to the max by our bearded mariner.
There is an additional display that you can view, which shows you the previous results and you may or may not be tempted to use this to make future decisions. I have to say, every outcome is random and this probably won't do you any good.
Despite the obvious lack of features and variation in the gameplay, there is still a lot of fun to be had while playing Big Bass Crash and it all depends if this type of entertainment is your bag or not. I think it’s fair to say that you'll either spend a matter of seconds or hours playing this game.
The range of bets will probably vary depending on where you play. The version I accessed allowed me to continue betting all that I had in my balance up to a limit of 500,000. It might not be the case for everybody, so you'll need to check out the individual details when you play. What should be consistent is the RTP—sitting at 95.50%—and the maximum payout, which is 5,000x.
Personally, I think Big Bass Crash is a fantastic game that presents this style of entertainment in a pretty unique way. But I understand that this really is a ‘Marmite’ moment and some of you will click on something different just as soon as you see the game load. All I can advise you to do is give it a try for yourself and see what you think.