Archive for Coins
There have been several new park inspired décor items added to Smurfs’ Village over the past few updates. These ride and playground themed decorations give players ample opportunity to build a Smurftastic park for smurfs and smurflings alike to enjoy. Some players have tiny parks while others have constructed magnificent playground wonderlands. The size and layout design is totally up to you. Whether small or grand the local smurfs will love having a new place to frolic and unwind in. Read More→
Recently beeline is introducing outdoor playground items for players to make their smurfy entertainment zone. Using these items to decorate the village but also they generate a good money and XP if they are arranged close to the sandbox. One of the most attractive entertainment items that the smurfs enjoy it is the Trampoline.
The trampoline was not made available for sale in the Smurfs village shop yet but instead was made for sale for few hours as an promotional offer. The cost of the trampoline is 30 smurfberries, although it sounds expensive but the attractive part of is Smurfs love to jump on this trampoline and they have a real fun as depicted in the image below: Read More→
The recent holiday update 1.2.9 is loaded with festive autumn themed items for players to design a Smurftastic Thanksgiving in their village. New items like the Thanksgiving Banquet Table, Corn Bushel, Gourds, Fingerprint Turkeys, Plush Turkey, and Wheat Bushel, Barrel full of Apples, Candles, Flowerpots, and Dandelions make it easy to create a very rustic feast for all of your smurfs to enjoy. Players have their main village as well as their island to set up special holiday feasts. This dual decorating opportunity leaves plenty of room for creativity as users design these traditional banquets against a tropical and wilderness setting. Read More→
The Popcorn cart has arrived to the smurfs village. For those who play Snoopy Street Fair they may notice that they look similar. The popcorn cart is a decoration item which gives only 60 coins every 4 hours likewise the ice cream cart. According to Beeline description, “This delicious popcorn will give you coins a few times a day”. It costs 20 smurfberris and is available in both the island and the main smurfs village. The Popcorn cart is not for sale permanently but is just made for sale as a promotional item for limited time (8 hours). This is the first time the popcorn cart was introduced to the village that’ s why the image is highlighted with yellow reborn . In the case if you missed it they is a high chance to see it again in the future. Read More→
This week Beeline pushed a new item for sale, but it is not an animal as usual this time. It is a barbeque (BBQ) since it is summer, and it comes in conjunction with Smurfs celebration. This seasonal item is only for sale for just the next 24 hours (limited time only), and there is no guarantee to that you will be able to see it on the shop again. It costs 20 smurfberries and can be bought on the main smurfs village as well in the island. The barbeque will give you 50 coins few times a day.
Please note, if you haven’t got it yet, it will show up at some point shortly as it is subjected to time zones.Also make sure to connect to internet so you wont miss it.
In version 1.1.9 (iOS) and 1.0.7a (Android, expected soon) an another new special Smurfling was added whose hut can be bought with coins. Snappy Smurfling’s yellow mushroom house costs 2500 gold Coins and is only available on the island. In order to be able to place his hut in the village you have to reach at least level 22 upwards. Snappy Smurfling is not stationary, that means he walks around the island and gives quests on his own.
His hut is yellow and he has a brown bear sitting next to it.
Slouchy Smurfling is only available on the island and he cannot visit the mainland village. To get him the village has to be at least on level 21, after that his mushroom house can be build on the island for 2000 Coins. It will be build within 24 hours. Slouchy Smurf walks around the village, he is not stationary, and gives out quests of his own.
Like humans Smurfs also keep animals as pets, but their pets are not dogs and cats but rather snails and caterpillars crawling through their villages.The Smurf’s Village game offers different kind of animals to place inside the new village, some of then can only be bought with Smurfberries, but are available from the beginning, because, even tough in the first shop it says they need a certain level to unlock, they are available from level one in the Smurfberry-Shop. All animals can also be bought with Coins, but they are only available in the later levels and might vary in appearance. All of the animals give extra XP as a bonus.
Timber Smurf’s mushroom can be build on level 7 for 300 Coins, it takes 24 hours to build his house and like Baker Smurf Timber is stationary and does not walk around in the village.
He gives 120 XP and 60 Coins every twelve hours and moreover for every log or wood that is placed close to his house he gives bonus XPs. To see which logs are affected, just touch Timber’s mushroom, everything that turns green around him is within range and gives extra XP. As soon as Timber is ready to give XP/Coins, a sign appears above his house, tapping it will instantly give the bonus.
Timber does not have a mini-game.
A bar at the upper left gives useful information regarding the current status of the. It shows the level of the village, how many Smurfs live in it, how many of them are not occupied and available to build or grow something, the amount of Coins and Smurfberries that can be spend as well as an indicator to how long it will take to reach the next level (i.e. XP status for the current level in percentage).
This status bar is going to be the most important thing you have in your village. The higher your level goes, the more difficult (i.e. the more XP is required) to get to the next level. It also shows the total of your Smurfs living in the village. If Papa Smurf (or someone else) sends Smurfs away for a quest they will be removed from the number of Smurfs available to work.
The total number of Smurfs living in the village (that is the second counter in the Smurf count) equals the number of crop fields, flower pots and shrubs (or trees) you can have in your village as total.
If you have reached the maximum level, that means if there is no new level available at the moment, the status bar will say “Max” instead of your current status on the way to the next level. As soon as a new level is added with a new update of the game, the status bar will again show your percentage and not say “Max.” anymore. All the XP you gain while being on the maximum level is still counted in will increase (or jump ahead) once a new level has been added.
That means nothing you do is in vain, not even collecting XP while having reached the last available level at the moment.