Jump into the reels in Narcos for an action-packed slot experience, featuring Walking Wilds, free spins, and cash prizes up for grabs!

    Narcos - How to Play

    A maximum of 243 paylines are available in this game.

    Locked Up Feature

    Landing three or more Locked Up symbols on the same row activates the Locked Up feature.

    During this feature, only Locked Up and Golden Locked Up symbols can land.

    Landing a Golden Locked Up symbol awards one of three multipliers:

    • Multiplier - a 2x or 3x multiplier is applied to all symbols
    • Upgrade Symbols - symbols are assigned upgrade values, which increase from 1x the total bet value
    • Big Starting Value - an additional value is applied to the Golden Locked Up symbol as a starting value 

    Three spins are awarded at the beginning of the Locked Up feature.

    The spin count resets to three if a new Locked Up or Golden Locked Up symbol is added to an existing cluster or creates a new winning cluster.

    Free Spins Bonus

    Landing three Scatter symbols anywhere on reels one, three, and five during the main game will trigger the Free Spins Bonus and award ten free spins.

    One or more high-value symbols may turn into Wild symbols on each spin during this bonus.

    At the end of the bonus, an extra free spin is awarded if there are Walking Wilds on the reels.

    This process continues until there are no more Walking Wilds left on the reels. 

    Walking Wilds

    During the Walking Wilds feature, all Wild symbols with wins will move horizontally one position to the left on each spin.

    The feature ends when there are no more winning Wild symbols left on the reels.

    Walking Wilds can appear during the main game and during the Free Spins Bonus.

    Walking Wilds are fixed on the reels after the feature ends.


    The Drive-by feature begins when a car arrives and shoots bullets into the symbols, consequently creating Wild symbols from high-value symbols.

    Return to Player

    Return To Player (RTP): 96.23%

    The expected return is the amount we pay out to players relative to the amount of wagering on the game.

    For example, if we take $100 of wagers we will, on average, pay out $96.23 of wins.