Archive for Android Zone
A couple of hours ago the Android version of the Winter 2014 update – that is Android Version 1.6.0a – of the Smurfs’ Village game went live and is now available for download from the Google Play Store
This is just less than a day after the iOS version went live.
Smurf’s Village Android Version 1.4.9a is live and available for download now. The new Smurf in this update is Editor Smurf.
The Halloween items, such as for example the Haunted House, are still available in this update and we have confirmation that they will stay permanently as companion items to the Spooky Mansion Wonder
According to Beeline, new in this release are the following:
The long-awaited Halloween update Android Version 1.4.8a is now available for download at the Google Play Store. This update introduces the Purple Smurfs into the game as well as brings Scaredy Smurf back for an encore performance along with his own mini-game. In addition, Beeline has added one new level, so the game goes up to Level 80, for those players who are at or near max level. VIPs, there are also new items in the VIP store and a new complimentary item.
It is unusual that beeline dev team releases Smurfs village game for Android users before Apple one but it seems like the case this time. Smurfs village Android version 1.4.7a is live and ready for download from Google play, we are expecting Apple iOs version will be out anytime soon. The update seems to have lot of contents, but some glitches and bugs were also found like with Chitter and Wild Smurf (click on the link for more details), at meantime if you find any bug or glitch please post it in the comment below.
So what is new in this update according to Beeline’s offcial description: Read More→
We have received a number of reports that when players using the Android OS start the game, their screen dims right after the Orange Beeline screen appears, and though they can see the Blue Play menu under the dimmed screen, they cannot access any of the options.
We have determined that this is being caused by the ads for Smurfette’s Magic Match game trying to load. We are concerned that players might misinterpret the dimmed screen as data corruption, which it is not. Rest assured, your data is just fine. Read More→