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Smurfs village players who are using Apple iOS devices and those who updated to the latest version 1.2.7, are encountering a new issue with Grouch smurf’ new quest. This time the quest has nothing to do with Tulip flowers but instead to is to mix the orange potion. Players at different levels got a ” Rhymes with Orange Part ” quest from Grouch asking them to mix the orange potion and will earn 2300 XP in return. However it seems like most of the players are not able to complete the quest despite how many time they tried, as this is due to a glitch. At the moment there is no quick fix or solution to overcome this issue, therefore players are encouraged to ignore it at the moment. Beeline is aware with the problem and hopefully will be fixed in the next release. Read More→
Smurfette is back at it again. After reading a smurfy fairy tale about a Princess that kissed a frog that happened to turn into a handsome prince, she gets a brilliant idea. If there was frog in the village for her to kiss she might meet her prince charming. To test her new theory out, Smurfette requests players to add a frog to their village. Although frogs are present in the build menu, most players are unable to purchase them. There’s a glitch that is generating this quest entirely too early. The patient frog which gives users XP every few hours isn’t available for players until they reach level 32. This error in timing prevents players from completing the quest. Currently for those that have encountered this problem there is no current solution.
Beeline is completely aware of this bug and plan to fix it in their upcoming Smurfs’ Village update 1.2.0. If a player is close to level 32 they may be able to complete this quest before it’s corrected. Actively sending gifts, harvesting high fruit trees, planting XP yielding crops and tackling other available quests is the best way to level up quickly. For others that are nowhere near that number, waiting may be your only option. It’s very annoying to receive a high level quest that you can’t complete. Smurfette’s previous Corn, Artichoke, and Tomato Quest will be fixed as well. Hopefully, the new update will revise Smurfette so we can avoid these blunders altogether. Stay posted on the latest Smurfs’ Village glitches by checking out our Bugs and Solutions page.
In one of Smurfette’s latest quests, players are asked to harvest 20 flower boxes. Much like previous flower box quests that some users may have encountered in the past, the wording can be very misleading. Simply harvesting 20 flower beds will not successfully complete the task. Although the instructions clearly state to harvest, only the mere act of planting is credited. Also users do not need multiple flower beds to plant Smurfette’s beautiful bouquet, one will suffice.
Despite the quest’s vague directions, there are several important requirements that must be met in order to complete this task. The first major step is to start with an empty flower bed. Roses already planted do not count. Players have to plant 20 flowers from scratch. If you don’t have any empty flower boxes then select a nearby bed and remove its contents. This can be done quickly by tapping on the desired box and choosing the remove icon located on the side of the menu. The tiny tab often resembles a red circle with a slash running through the center of it. A prompt will appear asking if you are sure you want to remove the item. Clicking yes automatically empties the bed.
The second step is where most players get stumped. Smurfette is extremely general in her wording which often leads users to believe they can plant any type of flower. Unfortunately that is not the case. There’s a glitch associated with this task that only credit users that plant red roses.
Players that attempted to save coins by planting inexpensive daisies were thoroughly disappointed. Varieties such as the daisy, chrysanthemums, tulips, and lilies are not tallied. To successfully tackle Smurfette’s quest and earn the XP reward players must plant red roses, then empty the flower bed, and repeat until all 20 roses are planted.