Beeline is currently working on correcting this issue in future updates but any user experiencing this error are advised to restore their village through the game’s hidden recovery feature. Similar to PCs, the game saves and creates a backup version of your village daily. Once a user has entered the options area, tapping quickly on Papa Smurf’s head icon will activate the hidden recovery system to reboot your village. Re-logging in through Game Center is also an option for returning to the previous saved version of your game.
The Development Team at Beeline is completely aware of this major corruption issue and is willing to assist players however they can to resolve the problem. Apparently, the bug appears when one of the main character’s huts such as Papa Smurf or Smurfette goes missing. The message is not a quest. It’s a light-hearted error message than can be misleading. Most users are able to restore their village through the recovery feature. For those players who find their valuable Smurfberries missing after restoring their game, contacting Beeline support is the best method to receive a berry reimbursement. A great tip to prevent your iOS device from developing major bugs like the Brainy burned down the house glitch is to make a habit of restarting your device weekly.