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In the latest update 1.3.8 of Smurfs’ Village a handful of cool new items have been added to the shop. One of the most impressive of these décor items are the colorful dance floor tiles that players can add to their village. Each individual tile costs 20 Smurfberries and grants players with 250 experience points when placed. Tiles also yield a generous 350 XP every 12 hours. Each item lights up and come in vivid orange, lilac purple, lime green, ruby red, pastel blue, bright yellow, and bubble gum pink. Create a small or large dance floor for your smurfs to get their party on. Players can watch their smurfs step onto the platform and do a little dance. Place tiles in a high traffic area near crop fields for a full blown extravaganza. Each tile will attract one smurf ready to boogie down. It’s a very cute addition to any village. Read More→
This July, Columbia/Sony Pictures are releasing ‘The Smurfs 2’ movie in theaters. In this smurftastic sequel the evil wizard Gargamel is back to his old tricks but this time around he’s enlisted some peculiar help. After casting a spell to create two smurf creatures in efforts to gain the magical smurf-essence, he later discovers that his plan won’t work. Although, they resemble smurfs they’re aligned with evil making them naughties instead of true smurfs. Only a real smurf can unlock the magical essence that he desperately seeks. So, when Gargamel finds out that Smurfette knows a powerful spell that can turn a naughties into real smurfs he concocts a new devious plan. Sending naughties Vexy and Hackus to kidnap Smurfette and bring her to Paris. The duo befriends her and attempts to turn her naughty, so she’ll side with them and ultimately cast the spell to make them real smurfs. It’s now up to Papa, Clumsy, Grouchy, and Vanity Smurf to return to our time and find their human friends Patrick and Grace Winslow to help them rescue Smurfette before it’s too late. 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→
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→
Doctor Smurf’s animal sanctuary has been somewhat neglected by Beeline over the past several updates. In version 1.3.2 the extended area of the game is showed a little TLC. The land is automatically expanded giving users triple the space to build habitats to tend to the forest’s local furry critters. The sanctuary is a great way to accumulate tons of XP if used properly. Players that take advantage of this area should be able to increase their daily experience points with minimal effort.
The animal sanctuary is available for any player that is level 9. Once placed in the main village users can tap on the attached stump to set a treat trap to lure a critter. Peanuts, hazelnuts, carrot cake, and pecan pie are the four core baits that can be used. Peanuts are the only treats that cost coins, the rest of the items require Smurfberries. Read More→
A Baby deer is offered today as bonus items in the smurfs village if you buy the pack of smurfberries offered by Beeline. The number of smufberries offered varies from one player to an other based on their historic purchase. The offer is made available for only 30 minutes, but if you miss the sale for whatever reason you may come across it again in the near future. Once you purchase the baby deer you can place it anywhere in the smurfs village. This cute baby deer give you daily 150XP. Surprisingly the offer was launched for both Apple iOs users as well as Android one at the same time. Read More→
Ever wondered how many ways there are to earn smurfberries? You will be surprised to know that there are currently 13 ways for players to acquire smurfberries. Information is as of the Feb 2013 update.
Firstly, the fastest and known way to acquire smurfberries is by using real money. Players can access the smurfberry shop by tapping on the build menu and find the icon on the bottom right hand corner. Once there, there are several packages to choose from, ranging from 50, 125, 350, 800 and 2000. Originally, the price was reflected in US currency, but as of an update this year, the price now reflected is in the local currency of each individual player’s country. Read More→
The promotional offer this weekend in the smurfs village is a toy Train set. This is the first time this decoration cute item been seen in the village. you can place the train anywhere in the village and it moves around the track entertaining the smurfs. The train offer is made for sale for 48 hours and it costs 100 smurfberries, however, in addition for entraining the smufs and decorating your village it gives you 600XP once you buy it and 500 xp daily. The toy train set offer is available at the moment for Apple iOS in the main smurf village, in the island and in the mountains. Likewise all limited time offers, in order to get the toy train set offer you must be connected to the INTERNET. If it doesn’t pop in the main window have a look on the star tab in the build menu. Read More→
Beeline is hosting another decorating competition that players can participate in to win a whopping 1,000 Smurfberries. Over the next three days to celebrate Halloween, users can enter their village into the Scariest Village Possible Contest. Simply decorate your village or island to look so terrifying that even Gargamel would be frightened. The top five entries will receive the prize. To enter users must submit an unaltered screenshot of their spooky island or village through Beeline’s forum. It’s a fun way to show your Halloween spirit and maybe earn some well deserved berries in the process. Read More→
Every 8 hours the animal sanctuary in the smurfs village gives an XP reward whose amount is depending on the number of animals living inside the habitat and their current level. To see how much XP the habitat is rewarding at the moment, simply click on it and a window will pop open and show the current XP reward, the number of animals inside the sanctuary as well as the available food.
Every new animal, whether it has been bought with Smurfberries or caught by leaving out treats for it, starts at level 1. To advance an animal to the next level, it has to be fed four times. Each new level the amount of food needed to feed the animal increases.
The following list shows the amounts of food which are needed to advance the animals either per one feeding, to the next level (i.e. per four feedings) or the total amount of food needed to reach a certain level: Read More→
Beeline is continuously introducing new promotional items in the smurfs village, including animals, pets and other decoration items for smurfs village fans in order to decorate their villages and increase XP sources for faster leveling up. This time Beeline has chose to introduce a new different animal than birds, which is playful otter. The offer was launch for 3 days (72 hours) and is limited items, which will only available for sale during this time and there is no guaranty to see it again. This cute playful otter costs 75 smurfberries and it gives you 1100XP upon the purchase and 500 XP twice a day. You can buy it on either the main Smurfs village or in the island. Read More→
Flower gardens which unlock at level 14 allow players to earn additional XP while making their village look smurftastic in the process. Each box garden costs 200 coins. Unlike crops flowers only generate XP. Although expensive to plant these botanicals can really assist a player in need of leveling. Once level 20 is reached an estimated 900 experience points is necessary in order to increase your village by 1%. This rate rapidly grows higher as players’ progress making every point count. Roses, daisies, lilies, tulips, and chrysanthemums can reward up to 510 XP per harvest, depending on the plant.
Forming a nice sized flower garden can speed up the growth of your town if utilized in the right way. Friends are essential in building an effective flower garden. Helpful neighbors can tend to your flowers by watering them. If a friend waters a flower box right after it’s been harvested the bed automatically is reseeded. This saves players’ valuable coins as well as time. Choosing a clear spot is one of the best methods to ensure that your friends notice that your flower garden is in need of TLC. Cluttered areas with tons of decorations can make it easy to miss a tiny floating watering can. When neighbors visit they are transported directly to the center of your village. It’s up to them to scroll and search. Always try to put your flower boxes somewhere within eyesight in the middle of the screen, that way visitors won’t be able to miss it. Create a specific zone for your flower garden or place boxes neatly by buildings as long as it’s noticeable.
If you’re planning on eventually buying a Nat Smurfling for an extra XP boost than build a separate garden area away from crops or mushroom homes. Players that have already designed the bulk of their village and have chosen to place their garden on either far side, it’s important to establish a focal point. When visitors scroll across they should be able to easily spot your garden oasis. Place dirt or pebble pathways leading to your garden for friends to follow.
Buddies can also gift seeds when they visit. Gifting seeds to a user that hasn’t unlocked it yet instantly grants them access to that particular flower. It’s a great way to plant higher XP flowers without shelling out Smurfberries for a Nat Smurfling early on in the game. Gardens and helpful friends are very effective when trying to level up in Smurfs’ Village. The following is a list of available seeds, the required level, cost, XP reward, and growth duration:
|Red Roses||Level 14||60 coins||510||24 hours|
|Blue Roses||Level 16||60 coins||410||18 hours|
|Pink Roses||Level 18||60 coins||310||12 hours|
|White Daisies||Level 14||40 coins||490||24 hours|
|Pink Daisies||Level 16||40 coins||390||18 hours|
|Blue Daisies||Level 18||40 coins||290||12 hours|
|Red Chrysanthemums||Level 14||50 coins||500||24 hours|
|Purple Chrysanthemums||Level 16||50 coins||400||18 hours|
|Orange Chrysanthemums||Level 18||50 coins||300||12 hours|
|Orange Lilies||Needs Nat Smurf||75 coins||600||24 hours|
|Blue Lilies||Needs Nat Smurf||75 coins||350||12 hours|
|Blue Tulips||Level 20||100 coins||450||18 hours|
|Red Tulips||Level 24||100 coins||325||12 hours|
|Pink Tulips||Level 28||100 coins||250||8 hours|
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).