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May
2011

Nat Smurfling

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Nat Smurfling was introduced in the Easter ’11 update. He is a Smurfling that comes with his own house, but he is stationary. Nat can be bought for 30 Smurfberries from level 10 onwards and as soon as his mushroom house has been build, all flower seeds come instantly available and do not have to be given as gifts before using them. However, if a seed is associated with a minimum level for the village before being allowed to use the seed, the according level has still to be reached before it can be planted, even though Nat Smurfling has been bought.

Moreover, like Farmer Smurf, Nat gives extra to all flower gardens that are placed near and around his house. Farmers trick for extra XP by rotating the crops around his house (see Farmer Smurfs section) does also work with Nat Smurfling.

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Comments

  1. Patrícia says:

    A minha vila dos smurfs sumiu, alguém por favor sabe me orientar como eu faço para recuperar ela como antes? Fiz a restauração no Iphone e agora não tenho mais a minha vila, baixei novamente o jogo mais pensei que voltaria e eu pedi tudo, tenho que começar desde o inicio do jogo estava no nível 37. Por favor se alguém puder me ajudar. Muito obrigada.
    Patrícia

    • Stroumpfette says:

      Translation: My village of smurfs gone, someone knows please guide me how do I retrieve it like before? Did the restoration on the Iphone and now I have my village, I downloaded the game more thought go again and I ordered it, I have to start from the beginning of the game was at level 37. Please if anyone can help me. Thank you. Patricia

      Do you have a backup on either iTunes or on Game Center? If you somehow uninstalled the game and then reinstalled it, you would have wiped out your local data file and all of the hidden backups. The only way to pick up where you left off is if you were regularly backing up your game over iTunes or syncing with Game Center. If truly you don't have a backup file, you can ask Beeline to resend you any Smurfberries you purchased by opening a ticket and letting them know you have had to restart the game and asking for them to reinstate your purchases on your new game id. They will ask you for your iTunes receipts as proof of purchase, but do not send them until they request them.

      If we have misunderstand what actually took place with your game, please write in again and we will do our very best to help you. It would be best also for you to please write your comments in English as the translator program is not always accurate and can cause misunderstandings to occur.