Like the Netflix TV show of the same name, NetEnt's Narcos slot is all about the rise of the cocaine trade in Columbia in the 1980s in which drug enforcement offices try to take down the most powerful figures in the drug world, including the infamous Pablo Escobar.

The Narcos slot game, which NetEnt has optimised for mobile play, costs as little as 25p per spin to play at Mobile Millions, and it comes with four thrilling special features called Walking Wilds, Drive-By, Locked Up, and Free Spins.

The expected return to player (a.k.a. RTP) of the Narcos slot is a generous 96.23%, and if you enjoy playing mobile slots that are fairly volatile, Narcos should suit you perfectly.

The biggest prize that can be won on any spin in Narcos is 1,500 times your bet.

Our Verdict:

Narcos – the TV series – is gripping to watch thanks to its gritty style of filming, and the drug trade storyline and the Narcos slot game quickly pulls you in with its plot in the same way.

Regardless of your budget, you're sure to find a stake size to suit as the game allows for a minimum and maximum bet of 25p to £100.


Medellin is the real-life Columbian town in which Narcos is set, and it was also home to the Medellin Cartel which was founded by Pablo Escobar and supplied approximately 80% of the cocaine market in the United States.

You can see the main road of the city running down the hill towards the sun disappearing from the horizon, and the soundtrack is provided by the music from the TV show.

Key characters like Jose Rodriguez Gacha, Pablo Escobar, Javier Pena, and Connie and Steve Murphy appear among the paytable symbols, and other prizes can be won via the playing card symbols, the DEA badge, the flamingo, and the Cessna.

Wild Symbol:

The wild symbol, which looks like a police badge, can help you create and enhance winning combinations by replacing all symbols except for the "Locked Up" symbol and the scatter symbol.

Bonus Features:

In the Drive-By Feature of the Narcos slot, which can be randomly awarded on any base game spin, bullets fly across the screen to randomly turn high-value symbols into wilds.

You also have the Walking Wilds Feature that has appeared in several other mobile slot games from NetEnt such as Jack and the Beanstalk and The Invisible Man. Any wild symbols that help to make a win are transferred one reel to the left with each ensuing re-spin until there are no wilds left on the screen.

Locked Up is a mini-game that is awarded when at least three Locked Up symbols are in view. It moves the three symbols together and gives you a cash reward of one to ten times your bet. Three free spins using extra-rich reels follow the symbol merger, and when a Golden Briefcase forms a win, you may get an enhanced prize, upgraded symbols or an x2 or x3 win multiplier. Three scatter symbols launch the Free Spins Bonus where you not only get the benefit of Walking Wilds but also receive the Drive-By Feature on each free spin.