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The Naughties are characters from the coming Smurfs 2 Movie (to be released in the summer 2013). They were added to the smurfs village game as a promotional item for the movie in version 1.4.0 (iOS) and come with their own hut and mini-game. Even though they are promotional they will stay in the game indefinitely and are not a temporary addition to it.
The Naughties are available from level 5 onwards on the mainland and their hut costs 1000 Coins and builds instantly. The Naughties themselves are stationary; they do not walk around the village. Read More→
Beeline just released the first summer update of the Smurfs village game for this year. This holiday update comes in conjunction with the release of the Smurfs 2 movie which was filmed in Paris. Beeline brought back the movie theater to the smurfs village again but with a new look. According to Beeline The Smurfs’ Village 1.4.0 for Apple iOS users will feature a special tribute to “The Smurfs 2″ movie. Place your own Parisian style movie theater, where your Smurfs can stop by for a show. The Eiffel Tower was also added, and it glows at night. In addition to the main added Characters the naughties who come with their Naughties Hut where you can play the new mini game. Read More→
In honor of the upcoming Smurfs 2 movie, the new update 1.4.0 for the Smurfs’ Village game will be loaded with several fun themed features based off the film. As mentioned previously players will be able to bring a little bit of Paris to the countryside with a handful of new decorative items. Create your own Parisian Café in the center of your village or design a signature tourist spot for your smurfs to take a scenic break at. Add sleek street menu signs, gourmet cuisine, and dainty rounded serving tables complete with refreshments to satisfy a hungry crowd. Draw patrons to your café by laying stone pathways, adjacent lighting in the form of lamp posts, placing picnic blankets for a touch of romance that Paris is known for, and even fencing in the area to make it stand out from the rest of the village. There’s also a smurf-size Eiffel tower that glows in the dark when the game is in night mode. It’s truly a spectacular sight. Read More→
The Miner Smurf Mountain Update (version 1.3.9 on iOS) introduced Miner Smurf’s Mine on the Mountain. The mine is available for 30 Smurfberries from the menu and builds instantly after it has been placed.
Miner’s Mountain Mine comes with its own gem collecting mini-game. There are three caves with varying difficulties available. In the game miner drives through the caves in a cart and it is the players job to collect as much gems and gold/silver as possible within one minute by jumping over obstacles and on platforms. Read More→
Beeline has just submitted a new Smurfs village update to Apple. Apparently the new coming update version 1.3.9 has a lot to offer in the mountains area. As it can be seen from the icon, miner smurf was featured in this update, this is because a new miner mini game is introduced. You can build now another mine for Miner smurf in the mountains that comes with a new mini game. It looks like you need to tap the yellow button to jump up and down to be able to collect diamonds, gold, rings and so on to increase your XP in a fun way. Read More→
Finally Time has come to the smurfs village android community to catch up with their fellow apple iOS players. A new update version 1.1.3a has been released last night (30th of august 2012) by beeline for android players to bring the joy back to their fans. The iconic character in this update is mainly Clumsy smurfs where a new minigame was added for him in which he will repairs huts with your assistance while you gain XP until he finishes. New decoration items were added mainly the archer target as well as pets like flamingo in both the mainland and the island.
With version 1.2.5 (on iOS, it will most likely come to Android in version 1.1.3.a) Clumsy Smurf has gotten his own house on the mainland village. In order to place Clumsy Smurf’s house it is required to already have Clumsy in the village, that makes the minimum level for getting his house level 20.
Clumsy Smurf’s Hut costs 30 Smurfberries and comes with its own mini-game that can be played every couple of hours. Read More→
Sporty Smurf was first introduced in version 1.2.1 on iOS. He does not come with his own mushroom house but instead has a soccer field. He is available from level 22 onwards and his soccer field costs 5000 Coins, build in 24 hours and is only available on the island.
Sporty Smurf comes with his own mini game, the “Soccer Mix Up Mini Game”. His mini game gives up to 500 XP if the game has been finished with a rating of “smurfy” on the most difficult level.
It is also possible to customize his soccer field with special items (like Bleachers or Lights). This will increase the amount of XP that can be earned from his mini game, but all of the customization items are only available for Smurfberries.
The following items are available
There are four different kind of soccer games available for him, each is played a little bit differently.
In the “Header” game an arrow goes up on an indicator bar on the left side of the screen to indicate the position of the ball. Once the indicator has reached the “green” area (i.e. the ball is in the correct position), taping on the screen will make Sporty shot the ball with his head onto the goal. If the indicator was on the correct position he will score, if it was in the “red” area when taping the screen he will miss.
The second variation of the game is called “Corner”.
This time the player has to tap on the screen once to start the indicator and then a second time when the arrow has reached the “green” area. Taping the first time will make Sporty start the corner ball, the other player will score if the indicator was in the green area, if it was still in the “red” area when taping on the screen for the second time the Smurf will miss the ball.
The variation “Pass” works similar to the “Corner” game, but this time the indicator is not just going up, but up and down. To make Sporty make a successful pass tap the screen when the arrow is in the “green” area, otherwise he will miss.
The last variation of the game is the “Penalty Kick”. This time there is a short time given in which the indicator has to be raised to the top to the “green” area so that Sporty will make a goal.
To raise the arrow the screen has to be tapped multiple times, each tap will get it a little bit higher. A good trick for this is to do it with two fingers, for example both thumbs on each side alternately tapping on the screen until the arrow has reached the “green area”.
To make it a bit more difficult, the most advanced level is the mix-up variation. It combines all four of the variations of the game, so it takes a bit of practise to always use the correct method to score a goal, but the mix-up game gives the most XP so it is worth to practise this variation.
Harmony Smurf was added in version 1.1.9 (on iOS and will most likely be added to version 1.0.7. a on Android). He is only available on the island and his hut costs 30 Smurfberries and comes with its own musical Mini-Game. Just as the other Smurfs with Mini-Games Harmony Smurf is stationary and does not walk around on the island.
To play his game, simply click on Harmony Smurf’s Mushroom House and then choose one of the games (i.e. songs). The goal is to play his trumpet to the tune of the current music by taping the display every time the note is inside the “light beam” on the right side of the display. There are two ways to miss a note, either by not tapping a note that should have been tapped or by tapping on the display (i.e. playing a note) when none should have been played.
There are several different songs to choose from with different difficulties. The rewards for a song completed with the rating of “Smurfy” ranges from 150 XP to 750 XP.
Just like Miner Smurf’s Mini Game and Papa Smurf’s Potion Mixing Game it is possible to make this game a little bit easier by purchasing and item for Smurfberries. In this case, by purchasing the golden trumpet for 15 Smurfberries, the light beam in whose range the notes need to be when being played, will be come thicker and hence make it easier to play the tunes at the correct time. Once a song has been completed at least once with either the rating “good” or “smurfy” it gets unlocked and can from then on be used as background music that is playing while visiting the island. To choose or add a song to the background music, just click on the mushroom house and choose “Choose Song”.
Placing Musical Instruments (a guitar for 5 Smurfberries, drums for Coins and accordions for Coins) will increase the rewards given by Harmony Smurf. It is possible to place more than one of each item near his mushroom hut. To see if a musical instrument is in range and gives bonus XP just tap on Harmony’s House, if they turn green they are affecting his XP reward.
The following shows how much each musical instrument increases the XP given by Harmony if his mini-game has been completed with the rating “smurfy”.
Game Normal (smurfy) Guitar (5-6%) Drums (2-3%) Accordion (0,5-1%)
Plant da Crop 150 XP 158 XP (+08/guitar) 153 XP (+03/drums) 151 XP (+1/accordion)
Smurfling Beat 250 XP 265 XP (+15/guitar) 204 XP (+04/drums) 252 XP (+2/accordion)
Raft can Swim 300 XP 317 XP (+17/guitar) 306 XP (+06/drums) 303 XP (+3/accordion)
Starfish Wish 350 XP 370 XP (+20/guitar) 357 XP (+07/drums) 353 XP (+3/accordion)
Starfish Wish 400 XP 423 XP (+23/guitar) 408 XP (+08/drums) 404 XP (+4/accordion)
Beach Smurfin 450 XP 476 XP (+26/guitar) 459 XP (+09/drums) 454 XP (+4/accordion)
Surf 'N Smurf 500 XP 530 XP (+30/guitar) 510 XP (+10/drums) 505 XP (+5/accordion)
Smilaxin' 550 XP 582 XP (+32/guitar) 561 XP (+11/drums) 555 XP (+5/accordion)
Sandcastles 600 XP 635 XP (+35/guitar) 612 XP (+12/drums) 606 XP (+6/accordion)
Smurf 'N Wave 750 XP 794 XP (+44/guitar) 765 XP (+15/drums) 757 XP (+7/accordion)
At the moment Vanity Smurf is available for a special discount price of 1500 Coins in the Smurfberry-Shop, but this is only a temporary discount, so it is important to buy him as soon as possible before he costs Smurfberries.
Vanity is stationary as well and he gives 150 XP once a day, indicated by a mirror symbol over his hut. Touching it then instantly gives the XP.
Vanity Smurf does not have his own mini-game, but a photo studio, where the typical white Smurf hat can be added to existing pictures. Once done the pictures can either be uploaded to Facebook (if signed in) or saved on the devices photo library.
Painter Smurf costs 30 Smurfberries and is stationary. He comes with a painting mini-game and the feature to change the colour of items in the village. The goal of the game is to recolour a black and white painting within a specific time. The original painting is displayed on the right side, and there are two pencils available, a thick and a thin one. The painting has to be done within a specific time limit and the more detailed the work is, the more XP are rewarded at the end of the game.
The mini-game has nine different pictures, three of each difficulty (low, medium, high). Once a picture is finished for the first time with a rating of either “ok” or “smurfy” a new colour is unlocked that can be used to paint items in the village, hence with the nine different colours that need to be unlock and three colours pre-set there are twelve different colors available.
By tapping Painter Smurfs hut, those colours appear on the window of the right side of the display and tapping on it activates the colour. To paint an item in the village, just tap it and it takes the colour that was chosen before. Many items, especially the ones made of wood, like bridges, fences, etc., but also the mushroom houses, can be painted.
Painter Smurfs mini-game does not give that much XP (45 XP with a “smurfs” on the highest difficulty), so he is especially useful for those people who are mainly playing for the decorating part of the game, because he offers the feature to create a village in a unique style with ones favourite colours.
Painter Smurf’s Paint Packs
The Minor Mountain Update (version 1.3.9 on iOS) has added Paint Packs to the game to unlock new colours for Painter Smurf in the mainland (and the island via Architect Smurf) and boost the XP given from his Painting Mini-Game.
Every Paint Pack costs 10 Smurfberries and there are three available. The Basic Paint Pack, the Spring Paint Pack and the Summer Paint Pack.
They cost 10 Smurfberries each and unlock a total of 15 new colours (5 per paint pack). After the Paint Pack has been placed the colours will come available instantly, there is no need to unlock it via the mini-game as with the original colours.
Every Paint Pack can be bought multiple times and will give an XP boost of 20% each for Painter’s Mini-Game if placed near his hut.
The following colours are available in the individual Paint Pack
Painter Smurf MiniGame Bugs
After the release of version 1.1.9 it has been found that the white coloour in Painter Smurf minigame is missing.
This is an other minor bug.
For those who updated their Apps to version 1.1.7 (Island update) and want to unlock more colors , unfortunate they will encounter a problem with the colors where the colors will look blotchy. Moreover they will always get rated poor without getting any XP or unlock any color. At the moment there is no a quick fix but we will update you with any news about Painter smurf mini game bug.(This bug has been fixed in version 1.1.8)
There are also quite a few special Smurfs who can only be bought with Smurfberries; they cost real money unless the Smurfberries given for free during the game are used to buy these Smurfs. Only two of those Smurfs come with their own mini-game, but all help to get extra XP. If the free Smurfberries are used to buy them it should first be considered what the goals for the village is (i.e. aesthetics or levelling up fast) and which of these Smurfs fit that goal, because not all of them can be bought with the free Smurfberries, there are too few given free for that.