Narcos is the action-packed slot machine overflowing with game features.
The coin sizes available in Narcos range from 1p to 10p.
Betting in this game is fixed at 243 paylines.
This feature triggers when three or more Locked Up symbols are displayed in one row.
While active, only Locked Up and Golden Locked Up symbols will appear on the reels.
If you get a Golden Locked Up symbol, one of these features could be revealed:
Multiplier: Every symbol value is multiplied by either two or three times.
Upgrade symbols: Several upgrade values in increment of one times the total bet value are assigned to the symbols.
Big starting value: The Golden Locked up symbol receives an additional value as a starting value.
The Locked Up feature initially begins with three spins.
Should a new Locked Up or Golden Locked Up symbols appear during these spins, either adding to an existing cluster or creating a new winning cluster, the number of spins reverts back to three.
A total of 10 free spins can be awarded when three Scatter symbols appear in any position on reels 1,3, and 5 in the main game.
In the Free Spins Bonus, there is the possibility that one or more high value symbols turn into Wilds during every spin.
If there are Walking Wilds still left on the reels at the conclusion of Free Spins, you are given a further spin.
This ends when no more Walking Wilds are present on the reels.
With every spin during the Walking Wild feature, the Wild symbols that have wins move one place horizontally to the left.
When there are no Wild symbols left, this finishes.
It's possible for Walking Wilds to appear while playing the main game and Free Spins.
In case a different feature is triggered in the Walking Wild feature, the Walking Wild remains on the reel even after the feature is over.
This feature starts when a car emerges from behind the reels, and a person suddenly starts shooting from inside the car.
Bullet holes are subsequently made in the symbols, which in turn transforms some high value symbols into Wild symbols.
Return to Player (RTP)
Return to Player: 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.