Fat Banker Review
At first, there was Fat Rabbit which took the iGaming world by storm. After the huge success of this slot, Push Gaming decided to release seasonal slots within the Fat Series such as Fat Santa and Fat Drac.
The developers decided to create the biggest slot yet with Fat Banker. Playing on 6-reels with 50 paylines, Fat Banker has the widest selection of features and the largest wins available.
As the slot opens up, you'll find yourself on an extremely decadent street literally glistening and shining. It's clear that this is the upmarket part of town!
All the symbols on the reels related to expensive goods such as top hats, pedigree dogs and even branded cigars. Of course, the star of the slot is the Fat Banker himself with a luxurious top hat and suit.
The music for this slot is extremely relaxing and feels like music that you'd find in The Sims or Animal Crossing as it's calming and immediately puts you at ease.
Fat Banker is definitely the fattest slot in terms of gameplay as there is so much going on without being too complicated. There are various wilds, free spins, expanding symbols and even respins leading to thrilling gameplay.
Like most Push Gaming slots, the menus can all be found at the bottom of the screen. To the right, there is the spin button as well as the bet level next to it.
Similar to the other slots within this series, Fat Banker has a high volatility level leading to larger wins but less frequently. In addition to this, the RTP is a solid 96.43% which is above the average standard and generally acceptable.
Thankfully, this slot also contains a high maximum win of 25,000x your stake which is a fat amount that anyone would love! The biggest wins can be achieved through the free spins or Fortune Link round.
Fat Banker showcases all that is brilliant about Push Gaming. Firstly, the design is absolutely stunning whilst staying in tone with what is expected from Push Gaming.
Similarly, the gameplay is engaging and brings something new to the Fat Series. Finally, the win potential is satisfying enough to deliver some decent wins. Who says that fat is bad? We literally can't get enough of the Fat Banker and the rest of the Fat crew.