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With the Easter 2013 update (Fireman Smurf, version 1.3.6 on iOS) the “At Character Limit” issue (see our Troubleshooting section for more information) has been resolved.
There is a character limit of 240 to 250 per area (mainland, island and mountain) in the game. The roaming critters like snails and caterpillars count towards that limit and can prevent the addition of more smurfs. This can now be corrected with the critter storage.
The critter storage is available on the mainland and the mountains (there are no critters that count towards the character limit on the island) and costs 30 Smurfberries.
Adding critters to the storage does not work like the other storage huts but similar to Painter Smurf when painting items in the village. That means first the critter storage inventory needs to be opened by tapping on the storage. After that, without closing the inventory window, when a critter is clicked a dialog will pop open and ask for confirmation before the critter is put away. Releasing a critter works the same way as with the other storage huts. Read More→
Today’s Beeline exclusive offer is to get as a bonus free Clockwork smurf if you buy the offered pack of Smurfberries. However you will not only get Clockwork smurfs available in the island only (which you will be able to get it ounce you collect all the bolts), but you will also get it in the main smurf village as well. According to beeline Clockwork will be available in the island automatically once you unlock Architect Smurf. Clockwork smurf was already made available in such and exclusive offer previously, but most importantly to get these offer you need to get connected to internet. The offer is running for 30 minutes and it can pops up at any time.
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→
With the 2012 Thanksgiving Update (Grandpa Smurf & Mountain Update, version 1.2.9 on iOS) another way to gather supplies/resources was added. Handy Smurfs Resource machine is only available in the mountains and work similar to the Smurfberry Bush. It costs 9,99 USD and cannot be bought with Smurfberries and will give out 2300 supplies over a period of 15 days.
Moreover, Handy Smurf’s Blueprints which are used to customize mushroom houses (see the article “Customization of Mushroom Houses using Blueprints” for more information) will be unlocked immediately, without the need to buy them either via Smurfberries or collect them from Jokey/Marco (mainland) or Blueprint Raft Quests/Messages in a Bottle (Island). Read More→
Just in time for Halloween, the latest Smurfs’ Village updates 1.2.8 for (Apple iOs) and 1.1.6a (for Android) have arrived. Players will find a handful of cool Halloween themed décor items, costumes, and new features to help celebrate this holiday in a spooky yet fun way. For players that love to spruce of their villages with rare or limited edition décor, there’s a nice variety of themed items available in this mini update to choose from. Users can purchase a ghost or skeleton scarecrow for only 600 coins. A creepy willow tree and three different carved pumpkins with various facial expressions are available only for a brief time. Much like other holiday themed items they are not permanent. Read More→
As Beeline promised it’s fans a to release a new update in order to fix the current bugs in the smurfs village game, today a new version 22.214.171.124 has been released. According to Beeliene in this update many bugs fixes and performance improvement were conducted, and this includes:
- No prompt to connect to Twitter when starting the game.
- Reporter Smurf connects more reliably when giving bonuses and has the ability to retry to get rewards.
- Fix to a misreported number of Smurfs after building a habitat in the Sanctuary.
- Island crop times will be correct between sessions
The Smurfs village summer contest which was running over the last two weeks of august have shown a lot of interest from the players where many entries were submitted. Beeline has chosen 5 winners based on public votes and as well as some other criteria set by the judges panel. The award are : 1,000 free Smurfberries. Today the winners were reveled by Beeline via The smurfs village app official facebook page. According to Beeline the winners are Giulia, Brandon Eduardo, yuko, Debbie, and Rosalinda. So congratulation to the winners who will get an award of 1000 free smurfberries. Read More→
The Smurfberry Bush works as an In-App Purchase and costs 4,99 USD (or the equivalent in other currencies, for example 3,99 EUR). The Smurfberry Bush will then grow 5 Smurfberries every 24 hours for a total of 15 days. That means the bush will give a total of 75 Smurfberries. After that it will remain in the village but only as a decorative item. It will not give more Smurfberries. Read More→
In Smurfs’ Village once a player reaches level 12 they can purchase Miner Smurf’s mine for 1000 coins. Unlike other smurfs within the game that take leisurely strolls throughout the village, Miner Smurf stays close to his cavern digging and unloading rocks. Like Dreamy Smurf he’s an adventurer but instead of the high seas he prefers exploring underground cave systems and finding the hidden treasures that lie beneath. It takes 24 hours to construct Miner’s Mine but once its established players have several ways to accumulate additional XP.
Our friend The Smurf Pope (Don) has shared with us this great tip in order to gain a considerable amount of XP using Timber Smurf. Using the configuration given below in which Timber Smurf’s hut is surrounded by logs and stumps gives you the maximum amount of XP that you can get out of him – 2665 XP. The configuration consists of 71 packs of the thin logs placed horizontally and vertically, and they cost 650 gold coins each in the shop. In addition 6 of the large stumps are added, the stumps are also available in the shop and cost 2000 gold coins. Read More→
From level 28 onwards, it is possible to build stone steps on the island’s left side to make it so that the smurfs can access the land on top of the cliff. To build the stone steps, the dam expansion needs to be completed first. After that, and if the required level has been reached, the stone steps come available from the first shop in the build menu.
There are two kinds of stone steps, the big ones, which can only be placed at one certain spot at the top of the cliff, and the small ones, for which there are up to three places (if all south expansions have been bought) where they can be placed. Both versions of the steps cost 10.000 Coins and take 120 hours to build (60 hours if Hefty Smurf is on the mainland).
Beeline released the 1.2.2 update for Smurf Village on 23 June, 2012. This update came with a lot of goodies, mostly for the island, and a little for the main village. Firstly, level 48 was added to the game, giving players more room to gain xp. For the main village, Lucky Smurf was introduced and he can be purchased with 1200 coins. Lucky Smurf comes with an addictive game that can be played once every 23 hours and players can get exclusive items through Lucky Smurf’s boxes. There are a total of 3 rounds, the first round being free. If you don’t like your gift, you can play two more rounds at a cost of 5 smurfberries and 10 smurfberries respectively.
The biggest surprise in this update was the introduction of Farmer Smurf’s tractor, which was a long awaited feature everyone has been waiting for. Like Farmer Smurf, the tractor comes with a ‘Harvest All’ function, and if you have upgraded Farmer Smurf in the main village, the tractor will also have a ‘Plant All’ function. With this, planting and harvesting crops on the island can now be done with a breeze.
Then, a free land expansion was also added for the island by simply placing steps towards the west cliff at a cost of 10000 coins each. If you have Hefty Smurf in your main village, the time required for each stairs to be completed is approximately 120 hours, or at a cost of 10 to 11 smurfberries per stair. When the stairs are completed, players will have access to a whole new land on the mountains, giving them more space to build and decorate the island. In fact, the island is now much larger with land expansions and things will not be as cramped as before.
Another new feature introduced was Smurfette’s summer house which can be built on the island at a cost of 30 smurfberries. With this, Smurfette can now visit the island and her house comes with a mini game. The mini game is simple as all players need to do is to tap the lovesick smurfs they can find within 10 seconds to gain xp.
The MIAB quests, while still bugged, has a slight improvement made to it. Players can now see what reward they can get upon completion of the MIAB once they tap the bottle. However, as it is still bugged, one might not be so eager to complete it at the moment. The totem pole has also been fixed and players who have gotten it can once again control the rain and they will find that thunder and lighting effects have been added to the island. There’s also a jumping dolphin available for purchase at a pricey 100 smurfberries which gives 600 xp twice a day. A swing chair was also added as a limited sale item for 20 smurfberries and if a smurf walks nearby, he will sit on it.
the scrolling Beeline “Hive News & Information” banner has been replaced with a simple flashing icon with an exclamation point. Also, Beeline reduced the frequency of the pop-up ads that appear when you load the game. They are still there, but should not appear as often as before.
There are also new quests for Papa Smurf, Dreamy, Clockwork and Grouchy Smurf, and with so many new stuff to explore, players will be kept busy until the next update. While there are still bugs existent, this is an overall great update!
Credit to: Poet Smurf
A lot of you may be stumped initially on how to acquire Architect Smurf, ever since he was introduced on the 4 May update. Due to the concurrent quests Papa Smurf issues, players may be confused on the sequence and process to acquiring him. Below is a brief guide on what you need to do in order to successfully build Architect Smurf’ hut. Firstly, you need to know that Architect Smurf can only be purchased on the island’s build menu, not the main village. Secondly, you need to be at level 20 after Handy opens his hut shop in the main village in order to get this going. Handy Smurf can be purchased in the main village’s build menu for 500 coins. You can identify Handy’s hut that has a hammer icon hovering about his hut. Having Handy Smurf gives you the option to upgrade your mushroom houses to have more smurfs, first round by coins, and second, by smurfberries. Handy Smurf also comes with a simple hammering mini game that earns you a small amount of xp each time ( you can find out more about Handy Smurf here).
Anyway, once you have gotten the update on 4 May and have completed any of Papa Smurf’s existing quests, the new series of quests will be triggered when you tap on Papa Smurf. Basically, he will ask you to send 3 smurfs into the forest for 2 days (48 hours), and this will happen a total of 4 times. Without using smurfberries, this will already take you 8 days to complete.
After which, he will ask you to collect wood from Timber Smurf. Not to worry if you have already just collected wood from Timber Smurf. Normally, you have to wait once every 12 hours to collect wood from Timber Smurf. But specially for this quest, you will see an arrow hovering above Timber Smurf’s hut and the wood icon hovering too. Tap on it to receive the wood and the quest will be completed.
Lastly, Papa Smurf will ask you to add a shed to the hut. Find Handy Smurf’s hut and now you will see the arrow hovering there. Tap on Handy Smurf’s hut and now you will an additional button that says ‘Handy’s Shop’. Tap on it and you go into a whole new menu that allows you to customize your mushroom houses into different variations. Initially, you have a few choices but as you unlock more and more blueprints, you get more choices. Some of the blueprints can be found by Jokey or Marco Smurf. If you can’t wait, you can always purchase them with smurfberries. You will see options to purchase wood, stones and dye and some special packages.
You will then realize in order to customize the huts, you need raw materials like wood, stones and dye. Wood can be harvested from Timber Smurf every 12 hours, while stones can be collected from Miner Smurf once a day. Sadly for dye, you can only acquire them either through gifts from Jokey, friends or sending smurfs on a dye expedition on the island. Once again, if you can’t wait, you can use smurfberries to purchase these raw materials.
To customize your huts, simply tap on the desired customization, and tap on a selected mushroom house and tap once again to confirm you wish to customize the hut. Note: You need an available smurf to do the customization. It is almost like building another mushroom house as it will take time from 4 to 12 hours to customize.
Anyway, you can now head to the island, tap on the build menu and build Architect Smurf. Architect Smurf can be found next to Slouchy Smurf for 1500 coins. Once constructed, you will realize Architect Smurf share the same build menu as Handy Smurf, with one difference. With Architect Smurf, you can use the dye to color your mushroom houses on the island, performing the same function as Painter Smurf. Unfortunately, while coloring in the main village is free if you have purchased Painter Smurf, coloring on the island is not. For every dye, you will notice a cost involved. Some dyes cost more than others, so do take note before you decide to color your houses. Beeline currently has no intention of making the dye coloring free on the island, but you never know. One last thing to note, once you have customized your mushroom houses, DO NOT move them, as the customization will be lost. This is a glitch that has been made aware to Beeline, and we hope they can fix it as soon as possible.
Credit to: Poet Smurf