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Smurfs village Android Version 1.2.6a is now available for download on Google Play. It is equivalent to iOS version 1.3.8 in which the Barber Smurf and Handy’s Mountain Hut have been added to the mountain, and Timber’s Log Splitter has been added to the mainland.
In Smurfs village Android edition Barber Smurf also costs 25 Smurfberries. When you place him in your mountain village, he gives 500 XP and 4 dye every 24 hours. Placing Barber also allows you to collect XP from Grandpa’s crystals every 12 hours instead of 24, meaning you collect twice as much XP from Grandpa each day. If you have accumulated a large amount of crystals, this extra XP can be quite significant. You will notice that when you collect your daily XP from Barber that Grandpa Smurf runs over to Barber’s hut. This is so that Barber Smurf can give Grandpa’s beard a tidy trim. Read More→
A new exclusive offer was just popped up for those who play The Smurfs village. While the offer was made to sell Smurfberries for those who are in need to, yet you will get few bonuses with the package. This time Beeline has chosen to introduce a new animal which is Ferret. The Ferret resources bundle comes with 250 Smurfberries, 125 Dye, 400 Stone, 400 Wood, but it may vary from one player to another based on their purchasing history. This bundle will be useful if you are building your watchtower or carousel in the mountains as they require lots of resources. Read More→
With the Barber Shop Update (version 1.3.8 on iOS) Handy Smurf’s mushroom house, along with his customization shop, is now available on the mountain.
>His mountain hut costs 30 Smurfberries and builds instantly. Just like on the mainland and the island Handy is stationary and does not walk around on the mountains.
Once Handy Smurf’s Shop has been build, houses on the mountain can be customized using the available resources (Wood, Dye, Stone). For that Blueprints need to be unlocked. Upon building his mountain hut five blueprints are already unlocked, an addition five can be bought for Smurfberries. It does not look like the blueprints on the mountain can be obtained as rewards (from Rafts, MIABs, Marco, …) like the ones on the mainland or island. These are only available for Smurfberries.
For a list of the available blueprints on the mountain please see our article about customizing huts.
Barber Smurf was introduced in the Barber Smurf Update (version 1.3.8 on iOS) and is available on the mountain.
His hut costs 25 Smurfberries and Barber Smurf is a stationary smurf, he does not walk around in the village.
Once Barber Smurf’s Barber Shop has been placed somewhere in the mountains his hut will give 500 XP every 24 hours. Additional he also gives 4 dye, making it the first way to receive dye on a daily basis that does not come from neighbors or dye raft voyages. This works similar to Wood that can be collected from Timber and Stone from Miner on the mainland.
Once his hut has been tapped to collect the XP and dye bonus there will be a cute little animation with Grandpa Smurf getting his beard taken care of by Barber Smurf.
Finlay the last featured image of the new items which will be added in the next update was revealed today. As many of Smurfs village players predicted and guessed is new land expansion that will be added after a long wait. According to Beeline official description “More Space now available in the village and the island!“. Again we do not know any details on which direction the land expansions will be added, as well we have no idea about the pricing, but we assume that land expansions will cost smurfberries. Read More→
The Lucky Smurf Island Update (1.3.7 on iOS) added a feature that a lot of payers have been asking for. With the Shrub Harvester it is now possible to use the “Plant All” and “Harvest All” features that are already available for the crops, flowers and palm trees on the magical shrubs as well.
The Shrub Harvester is available for 25 Smurfberries and comes with the “Harvest All” feature. Just like the other implementations of this feature, to use “Plant All” the Harvester has to be upgraded for an additional 15 Smurfberries. Read More→
The Carousel is the next wonder in the mountains from Grandpa Smurf and works like the Watchtower and the Old Windmill. It is available from level 25 onwards and requires the second mountain stairs expansion to the right side to be completed. The carousel gives a reward of 1 Smurfberry every week once it has been build. After the first stage of the old windmill and the watchtower have been revealed (by tapping on the dirt pile when asked by Grandpa Smurf) and the stairs to the other side of the mountain have been build Grandpa Smurf will direct the smurfs to the carousel.
There are four stages to the reparation of the carousel. The following resources are needed to build it: Read More→
The XP accelerator is only available for real currency (9.99 USD and an additional 7.99 USD for the upgrade). When bought and placed the XP accelerator gives a bonus of 5% to all XP that are collected. For an additional 7.99 USD the accelerator can be upgraded and will then reward 10% bonus XP. Read More→
Another set of offers for users of the Japanese game, and another exclusive critter – The notorious Howlibird. It is unknown at this time whether or not Beeline will add this infamous creature to the international game.
Fans of both the comic books and TV series will recognise this dastardly bird. The Howlibird was originally no bigger than a smurf himself, until Hefty and Lazy unknowingly let the Howlibird get hold of Papa Smurf’s failed growth potion. After causing havoc in a much larger form, he was eventually returned to his true size, which is the size Beeline have chosen to use (for the sake of your smurfs, no doubt). If you want him to join your village, he’ll cost you 75 Smurfberries, and in return, he will give you 550xp every 8 hours. Interestingly, he is referred to as a vulture (ハゲタカ) by the Japanese game. Read More→
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→
The 2013 Easter Update (Fireman Smurf, version 1.3.6 on iOS) has added Fireman Smurf to the mainland.
Fireman is available for 35 Smurfberries and is mainly stationary (that means he does not walk around the village in normal mode).
Fireman Smurf works as an XP and Coin collector. With all the various items available that give out XP bonuses it can take quite a while to collect all of them regularly. After Fireman Smurf has been placed in the village he will collect all of this at once.
Fireman Smurf collects XP from all the animals (stationary and roaming) and other items that give out XP. He does not collect XP from the special Smurf houses (like Vanity or Miner) or from the special Smurfs (like Baby Smurf, Smurfette). He also does not collect XP from the Dragon Costume walking around the village (that was a special offer).
In Smurfs’ Village when a player logs in they’re usually presented with an exclusive offer of some sort. These offers vary from day to day and are regularly being tweaked by Beeline. Some players prefer to take advantage of these special deals in order to increase their Smurfberries and snag a rare item. With the new introduction to the mountain area and higher need for resources, many of these offers now include a resource bundle instead of a decoration item. Specials that feature resource bundles usually contain a set amount of wood, stone, and dye. For a limited time if players buy the Juicer Resource Bundle for $24.99 they receive 400 each of necessary supplies, 250 SB, and a Smurfy manual juicer. Read More→
With the latest version of the game (version 1.3.4 on iOS, 1.2.2a on Android, Smurfette Mountain update), Smurfette can now also travel to the mountains to visit Grandpa and the other Smurfs living there.
Smurfette’s Mountain Home can be build for 35 Smurfberries and once it has been placed Smurfette automatically comes to the mountains.
On the Mountains she gives out kisses to nearby Smurfs every couple of hours for a XP bonus of 25 XP for every Smurf that is in range. This works just like it does on the mainland.