How to Party with Harmony SmurfBy
Although it costs a whopping 30 Smurfberries, players will be able to play Harmony’s Melody Match-Up mini-game, unlock songs for the island, and earn tons of XP. The two options that appear when a player taps on Harmony Smurf’s Hut are play game and choose songs. The game is somewhat similar to the popular ‘Rock Band’ series where gamers play along as the notes scroll across the screen. In Melody Math-Up much like the original Smurfs episode, “Smurphony In C” Harmony Smurf is trying out songs using different instruments from the trombone to the guitar. There are 10 different songs, each varying in levels of difficulty. Play reggae, ska, or fast-paced soca music. It’s as challenging as it is fun. Players have to tap each individual note at the precise moment it enters the highlighted banner in order to stay on key.
For each tune played successfully that song is unlocked on your island. Players can change the game’s background track to any unlocked tune they wish. Play Plant Da Crop, Smurfling Beat, Raft Can Swim, SS Smurf Party, Starfish Wish, Beach Smurfin, Surf n Smurf, Smilaxin, Sandcastles, Smurf n Wave, and the beloved Golden Trumpet. Guitars can also be purchased for 5 Smurfberries and placed near Harmony’s Hut for an increased XP reward.
The new update definitely brings a bit of funk to the island. Not only do players have the option of rocking out with Harmony Smurf but there’s also a dance feature that can be enabled. When Slouchy, Sassette, and Snappy Smurf’s Huts are strategically place next to each other they’ll perform a daily dance. It’s very cute and earns extra XP each day. Snappy Smurf’s Hut comes with additional quests as well making it a bargain for 2,500 coins. The party won’t stop in Smurfs’ Village when these lovable characters are around.