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Narcos – the mobile slot by NetEnt – is a five-reel, 243-ways-to-win game that is considered medium-to-high variance. As you've probably guessed, it's based on Netflix's popular series, Narcos, in which a group of DEA agents and police try to take down some of the biggest names in the Columbian drug industry, including the legendary Pablo Escobar.

As well as boasting a great storyline, the Narcos slot game offers you plenty of suspense through its special features which include Drive-By, Free Spins, Locked Up, and Walking Wilds. The game is fully optimised for mobile devices and offers an excellent RTP of 96.23%. You can play for potential prizes of up to five thousand times your bet with a stake-per-spin of 25p to £100. If you enjoy suspense-filled mobile slots, make sure you try Narcos from NetEnt at Mobile Slots now!

Our Verdict: The Narcos slot immediately looks impressive with its detailed Medellin setting and images that are all linked to the Columbian drugs wars of the 1980s.

As well as bringing the popular TV show to life on your mobile device's screen, the Narcos slot game captures your imagination with its themed special features such as Drive-By, in which a car speeds onto the screen firing bullets which turn into wilds.

Design: The dark underworld of 1980s Columbia is the setting for the Narcos slot, although the town of Medellin in the sunshine looks rather attractive and far-removed from drug-related crime.

You can see all of the way down the central street towards the downtown area of Medellin, and as you spin the reels, the soundtrack from the Netflix show plays in the background.


Instead of cops ‘n' robbers, you have cops versus the Medellin cartel, and if you're familiar with the TV show, you'll recognise some of the key players such as Steve Murphy, Javier Pena, and Jose Rodriguez Gacha who appear as paytable symbols. The remaining symbols feature an airplane, a flamingo, a police badge, Pablo Escobar, and a police badge.

Wild Symbol: The police badge represents the wild symbol in Narcos, and it pays out the same amount as the DEA agents. As you'd expect, the wild can substitute for all standard symbols with the exception of the scatter. However, it also awards the Walking Wild Feature whenever it's used in a winning combination. In essence, when a wild becomes a Walking Wild, it becomes sticky before moving itself way one reel at a time towards the left-hand side awarding re-spins as it goes.

Bonus Features: The Narcos slot has three bonus features which are Locked Up, Drive-By, and Free Spins.

Locked Up is triggered when three Pablo Escobar symbols land on the same row. It gives you three re-spins, and if the golden Locked Up symbol comes into view, you stand to win even bigger prizes and win multipliers.

Drive-By can occur on any spin, and the bullets that are sprayed onto the reels are turned into wild symbols or Walking Wilds.

The Free Spins feature is awarded when the scatter appears on the first, third, and fifth reel. Although it cannot be retriggered, the feature gives you ten free games with the Drive-By Feature permanently active.