Play’n Go invites players to light their candles in celebration of the Day of the Dead in the city of Mictlán in its new title, Muerto en Mictlán.


Out now


Day of the Dead


Muerto en Mictlán is a 5×3, 10-payline slot with features including four wild features, four free spin levels and a win multiplier.




96.20 per cent


In this game, only one scatter can land per reel, for a maximum of five landed scatters on any spin. Landing a scatter on at least three reels awards five level one Mictlán free spins. Scatters can be collected during the free spins. 

Meanwhile, level two of the free spins is reached by collecting five scatters, and level three is reached by collecting a further six – 11 in total. Finally, level four is reached by collecting a further seven scatters – 18 in total. Once this level has been reached, no more scatters will land. 

On entering the first three levels of Mictlán free spins the player is prompted to choose a wild feature: sticky, expanding, exploding or walking. Once a feature has been chosen, it becomes unavailable for the next levels. 

Sticky wilds will stay on the grid for the remainder of the active free spin level; expanding wilds will expand on the whole reel when landing; exploding wilds will blow up to 2×2 size on the grid when landing; and walking wilds will stay on the reel for the active level and move to the left on every spin, falling off from the first reel.  

Lastly, there is also a random chance to trigger a win multiplier on every spin. While the main game has base multipliers of x1, x2 and x4, in Mictlán free spins, the base multiplier upgrades at level two to x2, x4 and x6; on level three they become x3, x6 and x10; and level four multipliers are x4, x10 and x30.


Play’n Go’s head of games, Charlotte Miliziano, said: “This is such a beautiful game, and we loved working on it. The visuals are simply stunning.

“We didn’t want to create the typical ‘Day of the Dead’ game. We wanted this game to excite our players. So, we created a narrative that players can interact with and move the story along, fully immersing them into the world of Mictlán.”



To play a demo version of Muerto en Mictlán, click here.