Smurf’s Village Beginner Village GuideBy
Our friend Spencer (GC : “spencersoccer”) has kindly written this guide to share with you tips and tricks that he thinks are the quickest way to get your village into the higher levels. This guide is mainly dedicated to the begginers, so if you have other ideas or suggestions you want to share please do not hesitate to contact us.
Here is version 1.0 of the smurf’s village guide it’s fairly short due to the fact most of the things can be found on other parts of thi website. But this doesn’t mean I, or someone else, can’t add more to it later. It will be rewritten and revised further later on.
This is a guide to help make money and level up quicker, not a “how to play smurf village for dummies guide” Without further to-do, here is version 1.0.
So maybe you just downloaded the smurf’s village app from the App store and are starting to wonder what the heck you downloaded. Maybe you got through the first couple levels, did a few quests, but its taking SOOOOO long to level up now and you need help. Or maybe you’re an avid player, but you feel there is more to learn. Either way, here you are and I hope no matter how much you play this amazingly addictive game, you learn something.
Let’s start with the beginning, something has happened where the Smurf’s have been scattered and you have the main objective of getting them back together and restoring the destroyed village. The first 3 or 4 levels almost play themselves with the simple tutorial quests Papa Smurf gives you. Pay attention to these quests though, these are the basic building blocks to making a village.
So by the time Papa finally gives you somewhat of free range you should be level 3 or 4. If you plan on buying smurfberries through the app store, I would get enough to purchase Hefty Smurf. If you don’t buy him now, and wait til you earn the smurfberries in game without buying them, he won’t be of much use. In the beginning of the game, you are constantly building something, and Hefty cuts building time in half. This greatly accelerates the growth rate of your village. Because up until level 10 or so, most of Papa’s quests involve building things, like Timber Smurf’s house or bridges.
And while all these things are building, with or without Hefty, it’s your time to gain gold coins, the game’s currency. At first you may only plant Blueberries, as they are free to plant and only take 30 seconds to grow. My personal opinion is it becomes much too hard of a task to keep planting them and harvesting them. This is because it normally takes smurfs 10 to 20 seconds to walk to the garden plot anyway. So to avoid this, I personally always planted raspberries. They didn’t take long, 5 minutes. And they provided about the same amount of experience I could get from painstaking planting 5 minutes worth of blueberries. So in the beginning levels, i’d chose Raspberries over Blueberries.
Choosing raspberries also gives you 5 minutes to play the mini games from your newly built special smurf houses. You should have Baker and Handy Smurfs ready to go and can play their respective mini games. Play these games every time they are available to you. The offer enough experience to really help you along at these early stages of the game. Tips on how to play this game are found at a different part of this wonderful website. But after 2 or 3 sets of raspberry crops you’ve played all the mini games and now it’s time to assess your village. Get it organized.
This means getting all your houses in one place, your gardens in another, and maybe your special houses in another. Decorating isn’t that important now because you’ll need all the money you can grow for a while. After purchasing Miner Smurf though you can relax and let money roll in because you won’t have to make any big purchases for a couple levels. The main being a 30 coin house or a 20 coin plot of land, and that’s not a lot. Although you do need to upgrade your smurf houses so you can add another smurf to your village which gives you another plot of land of grow crops. That will cost you 500 coins a house, so you might go for broke. But a quick tip is to always keep around 500 in your account so you can continue to plant crops without worrying about running out of money. I wouldn’t buy decorations or anything yet because you won’t know how you want to make your village without leveling up a bit and unlocking more items.
It’s around this time, your houses should be upgraded at least once, and you should have around 20 to 30 smurfs at your disposal. You should even have a fair amount of money if you always had something planted. Watermelon, tomatoes or ideally Corn planted at night will really help you move along quickly. With all these smurfs you should have a lot of plots of land, and it’s a hassle to keep planting things.
If you are willing to purchase smurfberries, I would take this time to buy farmer smurf. If you didn’t buy hefty before, you won’t need him now, but farmer will be used all the time from here on out. You’ll need 30 smurfberries for Farmer, then another 15 to upgrade him so you can plant all your land and harvest all your land in one click, saving you a ton of time. He also raises the value of the 8 crops you can fit around him by 25%. So plant your bigger crops there, like watermelon or potatoes, if you can.
There is really nothing left to do for a couple levels, so just keep up with your planting and earn money and level up. Soon your village will be at maximum space and the design process will take over. But that’s an entirely different guide. This simple start up guide should get you into the 20’s within a week or two depending on how often you play. Just always keep something planted and always play all the minigames and complete quests as often as you can.
Thanks for reading and check back every so often for updates.