You could say that NetEnt’s Narcos slot machine will focus more on the story from seasons one and two, with supporting characters being high-value symbols. These symbols could be Steve Murphy and Javier Pena who are the detectives tasked with the job of finding and catching Pablo Escobar. The other main characters could make up the rest of the high-value list. But there may only be five characters to have on the slots which seem to be the standard.
- The low-value icons may not be the typical A, K, Q, J, and ten like in most online real money casino games, but motifs from the series such as bags of cocaine, cars, televisions, or maybe even soccer ball. Items that can link to Pablo Escobar to offer more variety for the design of the slots.
- Since the series is complex, what if instead of the usual five reels with three rows, it could be five reels with four rows to add more suspense. The paylines could go up to 30, but in unusual formations, so it is not for the weak of gut.
- “Nacros” is a dark and gritty series, and the design of the slots should reflect that style with the background being that Colombia at night in the 80s. The slots can be a bit messy, but the symbols will be clear and stand out against the dark.
- Pablo Escobar can be the wild symbols which can replace the other symbols as well as double the winnings because he is the boss.
- Bonus rounds could be different games such as multiple-choice trivia that can increase your winnings. So you could get a reward for watching the show.
- When the high-value characters win a payline, they could say a quote for the show.
- The music would be similar to the series with it Colombian influences, and the sound of the reels spinning can be the sound of cars driving.
These are merely predictions and guesses. We will have to see what NetEnt brings with its Narcos slot. Escobar started as a thief who went after Electronics and Televisions in the 70s and then came in control of 80 percent of cocaine that was being shipped to the USA. There is also a storyline that he supported charities and soccer clubs.