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After a long wait, and we mean a long wait, for the Smurfs’ Village players on the iOS platform, the Smurfs’ Village Halloween Update iOS Version 1.7.0 is finally out and ready to download on App Store. It depends where you are and where your iTunes account is affiliated, but in case the update doesn’t show on your iTunes account please be patient, it will show up any time soon as it takes time for Apple servers to broadcast the update from one location to another. Read More→
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 seems like there is some confusion between Purple Smurfs and Black Smurfs as many fans of the Smurfs franchise were unclear about them. In reality Purple smurfs and Black smurfs are the same characters. They were originally introduced in the French version in 1963 as “Les Schtroumpfs noirs” (which means Black Smurfs) and were changed in the American version to the Purple Smurf, however the storyline for both characters is the same, and the trouble behind the transformation of Smurfs is the Purple or Black fly.
Today Beeline posted one intersting image on their official Facebook page with no description. The image shows autumn’s red yellow and brown falling leaves in the Smurf Forest with few huts appear in the village. But what can be more noticed in the image is a purple fly, flies towards the village, which we think that’s the hint for next update.
If you don’t know about the purple fly, it is a carrier of a disease that infects Smurfs by biting them in the tail, and results in changing their colors into a purple and become Purple Smurfs. . Purple flies are usually rendered harmless when they inhale the pollen of a tuberose blossom, which makes them sneeze before turning blue. Read More→