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Lucky Smurf’s booth is available on the mainland for 1200 Coins from level 14 onwards. Lucky Smurf is stationary and does not walk around the village. He comes with his own mini game or shop.
Lucky Smurf’s Mystery Box Shop Game can be played once a day. At the beginning of the game there are three square brown boxes that the player can choose from. Opening one of the boxes reveals a prize. This can either be kept and placed in the village or dismissed for another box.
Choosing between a second set of three boxes (round red ones) costs 5 Smurfberries and they will once again give a prize.
It is also possible to dismiss this prize once again for a third choice of three boxes (square green ones). Opening one of these boxes costs 10 Smurfberries.
In the first box the prizes are usually low cost items that can be obtain for a few coins from the build menu (such as flowers, mushrooms etc.). But they do, on rare occasions also contain prizes that would otherwise only be available via Smurfberriees (such as the Harvest Wagon (originally 15 Smurfberries) or the 60 Smurfberry version of the butterfly).
The second and third box often contain items that are either otherwise available for Smurfberries, where temporary available (such as the Rose Archway, the Halloween Bat etc.) as well as unique items that have not yet been otherwise available (such as a game table, a Gargamel doll etc.) or even Smurfberries. But it is also possible to simply end up with a couple of coins after spending 5/15 Smurfberries on the boxes, a good prize is not guaranteed.
Even though the first box often only contains low price items, it is definitely worth playing the first box once a day, as it can contain a high price Smurfberry item, even if only on rare occasion.
Sporty Smurf along with a customizable soccer field has been added to level 22 or higher players’ islands in the recent 1.2.1. Update of the game. To commemorate the edition of this new smurf, Beeline has a new contest in the works. Players are encouraged to customize their soccer field and decorate around it to represent their favorite soccer team. Give your entire island soccer fever and possibly snag some major Smurfberries in the process.
You don’t have to be a die-hard soccer fan to compete in this decorating contest. Just in time for the Olympics, players can create a tribute to their country’s Olympic soccer team that is gold worthy or any particular team that they happen to admire. Support a local school by implementing their colors and name into your village. It’s completely up to you. Regardless of the team chosen Beeline judges are specifically looking for islands with unique colorful designs that stand out. They also suggest using Architect Smurfs’ color functionality to make mushroom huts coordinate with the selected soccer inspired theme.
Add tropical flowers, mushrooms, bamboo fences, umbrellas, and even smurfy sand sculptures to draw attention to your soccer paradise. Create an additional seating area using various benches, beach chairs, and picnic tables to give smurfs a front row seat to all of the action. It’s also possible to incorporate certain crops and arrange them to represent your team’s flag colors. Blueberries, strawberries, peas, and pineapples can really catch visitors’ eyes. Small inexpensive shop items such as flags, surfboards, seashells, and lifesavers can be used as well.
Tapping on the field customization tab for Sporty Smurf’s soccer field is also a great way to spruce up your soccer presence on the island. Bigger bleachers, stadium lights, scoreboards, fences, benches, nets, bushes, and field lines helps to distinguish a default field to a well-decorated one. Purchasing items from the customization options also provide users with bonus XP when playing the Soccer Mix-Up game. Creativity and a cohesive theme are the only requirements for making a winning island.
Beeline’s Soccer Team Contest is still accepting entries up to July 15th at 3:28 PM (BST). Identical to previously held contest users have to take an accurate screenshot of their island and post it on their forum. Participants can also browse to see other entries. On July 19th the winners will be announced. The top 10 entries will be rewarded 800 Smurfberries and another 10 will receive 350 SBs. If you love decorating then this competition might be worth checking out.
With the latest version (version 1.2.1 on iOS) it is now possible to grow fruits on the island, similar to growing fruits on the mainland.
The fruits are grown on the palm trees. From version 1.2.4 (iOS) and 1.1.2a (Android) onwards it is now possible to move, delete and buy palm tress.
To move a palm tree, simply go into move mode and click on the base of the tree. This will not work if a fruit is currently being grown on it. The palm trees have a “soft” move field, meaning the move field and the space required to place them is rather large while moving it, but afterwards other items (like flowers, other palm trees, etc.) can be placed close to the base of the tree and are not limited by the space the palm required for placing it.
These trees can, unlike the shrubs on the mainland, not be bought from the shop nor moved. That means there is only a limited number of palms available that can be used for growing them. At the moment the maximum number is of available palm trees is nine (with all island land expansions).
To grow a fruit, simply tap on the base of the palm tree and just like with the normal crops a menu will pop open with all available crops.
There are two ways to get the seeds for the fruits unlocked, either by buying “Wild Smurf” for 30 Smurfberries and placing his hut on the island or by getting the seeds as gifts from friends/neighbours.
Just as with the flower seeds, once a seed has been given or Wild Smurf has been bought, giving that seed as a gift to the neighbour once again does not do anything.
The following fruits are available at the moment:
The fruits grown on the palms can be harvested before they are finished, but then they will not give the whole XP/Coins Value. Clicking on a palm tree on which a fruit is growing shows the current value.
With Wild Smurf it is also possible to use “Harvest All” and “Plant All” on the fruits, for more information see the article on “Wild Smurf”.
A friend/neighbour can once per day help out on one palm tree by clicking on the watering sign. This will increase the value of the fruit. If a friend has helped out on the tree a sign will appear above the tree (see picture on the right side).
Although the trumpet is Harmony Smurf’s main instrument he has been notorious for experimenting with different sounds. In the classic episode “Smurphony in C” when Papa Smurf conducts a music session without him the smurfs decide that Harmony’s musical gift might not be suited for the trumpet. He’s always terribly off-key. The entire gang encourages him to test out a variety of instruments to see if his calling could be somewhere else. Fellow smurfs like Smurfette and Hefty give Harmony an assortment of instruments ranging from the harp to the triangle. The episode ends with the smurfs giving up and allowing Harmony to play in their symphony off-key. They all place corks in their ears to avoid hearing the jarring sound of his horn.
Beeline has tried to implement Harmony’s misadventures from the animated series with musical instruments into the Smurfs’ Village game. In Harmony Smurf’s Melody Match-up game players get an opportunity to change his reputation of being out of tune by tapping along to various melodies. Users can play foot tapping Smurfling Beat to a Starfish Wish and more to earn bonus XP. Each song features the sound of a different instrument similar to the series. When players tap in tune they receive a Smurftastic rating and a decent amount of experience points.
Special instruments like the guitar and drums can be purchased and placed next to Harmony’s Hut to boost XP earning potential. There’s no set limit of how many can be used. Players are allowed to buy multiple guitars and drums to position near the hut. Setting one guitar will only provide a player with about 7 or 8 additional experience points added to their score. It’s best to buy several guitars or drums to really benefit from the bonus. Most likely Beeline will be adding more instruments in the build menu for players to add to Harmony’s repertoire in the future. Until then players can have fun Smurfecting their musical skills with these two items.
After Beeline released an update for smurfs village Android users yesterday, they decided to surprise Apple users as well by providing them a summer update. A new version is coming soon according to the Game Center (GC) icon, which was already changed. The icon shows a Sporty Smurf who is shooting a ball. We are not sure about the update content, but it may be it has something related to The 2012 UEFA European Football Championship (Euro 2012) or with London 2012 Olympics , which will take place This summer. (Credit to Juliet).
For now, Sporty Smurf will be added in this update, but we will update you as soon as we will get access to more information
Recent changes to Smurfs’ Village have brought on a flock of new pet editions to the build menu. Players now have an assortment of different XP generating critters to add to their main village or smurfy island paradise. Each creature whether they are big or small adds a special touch to users’ small towns. Some pets are ideal for setting up a picturesque garden or majestic forest backdrop. Other creatures are seasonal but with just as much aesthetic appeal and rewards as common animals or insects. Snails and caterpillars both are favorites among players. High level villages often have dozens of these creepy crawlers roaming their fields. Specialty golden varieties of these pets can be purchased for a sum of Smurfberries for those users who like their companions to reflect their lavish personal style. Beautiful colored butterflies perched on rocks provide extra gold, XP, and make a great addition to any flower bed design. Near lakes or trees players can also place a silly squirrel that lives in a log. This critter will dole out experience points twice a day and only costs 20000 coins. The clever crab is slightly ahead in its generosity giving players XP three times a day.
Investing in these pets is completely optional but for many players it’s an excellent way to earn bonus experience without doing any work. Pets like the patient frog and the squeaky mouse provide XP every few hours throughout the day. Buying multiple pets like these can assist players in leveling up quicker. The infamous holiday bunny which is still available generates XP up to six times a day. Combined with a handful of other creatures the point potential is endless. One of the most expensive pets in the village is the cute ladybug. This classy insect costs a whopping 100 Smurfberries and bestows players with experience points twice a day.
The island isn’t as heavily populated by varmint. There are only four pets allowed in the tropics. The gecko, cute sea turtle, clever crab, and jumping fish are the core inhabitants on the isles. In order to purchase these rare pets Smurfberries are necessary. None of these creatures include a coin based currency alternative like many of the critters available on the main village. The only familiar face is the clever crab. Geckos yield XP every few hours for 50 Smurfberries while cute sea turtle takes his time delivering experience points once a day. The latest and coolest edition to the island shoreline is the jumping fish. When this aquatic pet is placed into the water players receive an automatic 650 XP.
Afterwards several times throughout the day it will provide 220 XP. This large smiling gold fish continuously jumps in and out of a player’s icy ocean waters. For 60 Smurfberries it’s a great themed item for anyone customizing their island. Pets are a Smurfy way to spruce up your village and level up faster.
A major addition to the recent Smurfs’ Village update 188.8.131.52 is Clockwork Smurf. Once Architect Smurf has been purchased players will get a quest to find Handy’s special blueprint. This blueprint contains instructions for building Clockwork Smurf. This edition to the island not only looks cool but features special quests. In order to build this mechanical smurf players have to collect the pieces. Pieces can be collected through completing message-in-a-bottle quests each week or by gathering bolts to form parts. Message-in-a-bottle or MIAB tasks wash ashore every Friday. They usually involve planting 45 tomato crops or sending smurfs out to voyage on rafts for an allotted amount of time. When all five objectives have been completed occasionally instead of a totem pole piece a player will receive a random part for Clockwork Smurf. There’s a total of 10 pieces necessary to assemble this new character.
Players can collect bolts through two different methods. The first is primarily for the berry rich. If you have the SBs to spare it’s possible to quickly purchase all of the required parts. It costs 25 Smurfberries or more to purchase each piece. For players that don’t want to use all their Smurfberries for Clockwork they can rely on the kindness of strangers to help them out. Collecting bolts through friends is the fastest method to accumulating enough parts. All you need is some friends. Unfortunately, depending on where your pals are in the game they might not be able to help you out. To send bolts as a gift to your neighbor they have to be working on their blueprint as well. If they have not already updated their game to the most recent version and started the quest, it’s not possible to send them bolts and they may not be aware you’re in need of them.
A great strategy is to post that you’re in need of bolts as your current Game Center status. Others will see it and be more likely to give appropriately. To change your status simply log into the Game Center on your iOS device and tap on the status box to edit it. Be sure to return the favor give friends bolts daily to aid them in their construction endeavors too. Collecting all the necessary pieces for Clockwork Smurf is a long tedious process. It’s important to tap into all of your resources including generous neighbors. Be sure to return the favor and give bolts out generously as well.
It can take anywhere from a week or two to an entire month to accumulate enough parts to construct Clockwork Smurf. A little patience and a lot of strategy is the best method to accomplishing this lengthy quest. The list displayed below displays the number of bolts required for each individual part.
- 1st Part = 10 Bolts
- 2nd Part = 10 Bolts
- 3rd Part = 20 Bolts
- 4th Part = 30 Bolts
- 5th Part = 40 Bolts
- 6th Part = 50 Bolts
- 7th Part = 60 Bolts
- 8th Part = 70 Bolts
- 9th Part = 80 Bolts
- 10th Part = 90 Bolts
Total bolts needed for Clockwork = 460 Bolts
With the addition of Snappy Smurf to the island there are now three Smurflings available (Snappy, Slouchy and Sassette). If the houses have been placed next to one another, the Smurflings will perform a dance once a day in front of their houses. Once they are ready, there will be a sign above Snappy’s mushroom house. The dance awards XP every 24 hours. There are certain items available, which, if placed near to the Smurfling’s Huts will increase the XP of the dance.
Those items are a train (10 extra XP per train) and a toy chest (15 extra XP per chest). To see if they are placed close enough to be affected, tapping on one of the mushroom houses of the Smurflings will turn all items green that are in range for the extra XP bonus.
Many critters pets and animals were already introduced to the Smurfs village, but smurfs really need more animals and pets in the village. Apart from making the village animated, and they look cute, pets and critters always give XP to allowed you to level up faster. Recently in Japanese Smurfs village version a new animal was introduced. Guess what? It’s the hedgehog, it looks very cute in the village. A special edition of the hedgehog was made available for sale for just 3 days. The cost in Japanese version was 40 smurfberries and it gives you 450XP every 12 hours , and it is available in both the village and the island.
We don’t have any information about its availability in the English edition, but we hope it will show up sometime soon in our Smurfs village .
Credit to Cassis
Even though they are technically not “animals or critters” the smurf statues work just like them, meaning they give a specific amount of XP every couple of hours. The statue of the “normal” smurf gives 60 XP every couple of hours and the other ones (Papa Smurf, Smurfette and Brainy) give 80. The normal Smurf one is available for 16.000 Coins or 12 Smurfberries, the other ones are only available for 18 Smurfberries each.
Although Beeline’s recent update 1.1.8 features fresh new content and items, its additional bugs can be a hassle. Players that are level 24 or higher with an island will receive a new quest from Papa Smurf to build a dam. This quest is associated with an annoying bug that will remove your dam after it’s built if not placed correctly. Many players have lost their dam along with their coins or invested Smurfberries due to this minor glitch. Currently, Beeline is working on finding the solution to the ‘disappearing dam’ dilemma but until it’s resolved players have to be careful when tackling this quest.
The dam quest is part of the update’s free land expansion for the island. Once completed players will have double the space. Unfortunately like in life, nothing is really free. Constructing your dam can be costly and equally time consuming if not done correctly. If you swipe your screen to the left a river flowing right through your island is visible. Handy Smurf will randomly stumble across plans for an old dam and Papa Smurf will delegate a special quest to build the new dam on the river.
Building a dam seems like an easy task but due to the glitch if any decoration items, rocks, mushroom houses, or crops are near the river once built the dam will automatically disappear. So, before you tap into the building menu to purchase and place the dam clear out the area near your river. It will save you a lot of grief later on down the line. Go into the build menu, tap the move icon, and begin clearing the land around the river. You’ll want at least half an inch of space going down the banks. It’s essential that nothing is placed at the opening of the river where the dam will be placed. If it is, you’ll lose your dam.
Once cleared, players can go into the build menu and select the dam. It costs 8,000 coins. Move the item over the river until an outline of where the object is supposed to go appears. Simply tap to place it. The dam takes about 168 hours for the Smurfs to build. Players with extra berries to blow can speed up the construction process for 29 Smurfberries. For those who have Hefty Smurf back in their main village, the time for construction is reduced to about 84 hours and can be speed up by using 15 smurfberries. Since the dam is somewhat unreliable, I don’t recommend using your SBs. Many of the users that had problems keeping their dam that used that technique ended up losing all of their Smurfberries. It’s not really worth it unless you absolutely have no patience, but be warned. It’s a risky investment.
Some users started experiencing problems after they successfully built their dam and began placing items on their new isle. It’s still unknown why the dam disappears and until the bug is resolved it’s best to avoid placing items that you may need to access in that area. Try to keep your crops, functional decorative items, and any other item that you wouldn’t want to lose on the right side of your island. Check our bug solutions page for updates on what errors have been fixed.
Beeline (smurfs village game developer ) previously reported that a release of a new update will be available for both platforms (Apple and Android), but they didn’t mention any precise dates. Now after Less than 2 weeks since the island update was released for Apple iOs users, to be followed now by a release of the Android version, which was made available to most Android phones and tablet users via Android Market.
What is new in version 1.0.5a according to Beeline?
Complete the new quests given by Papa Smurf to unlock Dreamy Smurf, the ship and the new island. You must be level 19 or higher to access the island quests.
• Unlock Dreamy Smurf quest and a new island at level 19!
• Explore an all-new buildable area.
• Island content includes: Sassette Smurfling hut and quest, Slouchy Smurfling hut and quest, a new hut for Brainy and new crops for the island.
• New raft feature which lets you send out Smurfs on voyages with a chance to bring back treasure
• Tons of new decorative items
The rose arch has returned to the Smurf Shop. Players may have noticed that it was briefly available for few minutes and then it suddenly disappeared. Also only some lucky players got the offer before it was made available. Apparently this was a glitch, which seems to work again now.
The rose arch is back on sale for approximately 155 hours and counting. Anyone who missed its first appearance can now snag this item for their village, but make haste. Just like the cupid statue it will no longer be available after the deal ends. These rare seasonal items are only around for a short amount time making them somewhat of a collector’s décor find.
For users with smurfberries on hand buying a rose arch will complement your village’s flower garden, heart themed shrubbery, and help complete your Valentine’s Day decor. Place the beautiful white wooden archway, wrapped in red and pink roses anywhere you wish. Buy them as an entry or exit out of your romantic oasis. The only limitation when it comes to decorating is your imagination. They add a bit of whimsical romance to the ambiance. Players can use them as a focal point bringing visitors eyes directly to their flower beds that are in urgent need of watering. Add pebble pathways leading to and from the arches or plant pretty flower patches and place checkered picnic tables to create a floral park.
Rose arches are merely for aesthetics. Don’t be surprised if your smurfs opt to walk around the beautiful entryway instead of through. These gorgeous additions to your village will take any garden from ordinary to Smurftastic within seconds. Each rose arch costs 10 smurfberries. For those hopeless romantics or seasonal item collectors this one-time offer might be worth taking advantage of while it lasts.
In case if the rose archway doesn’t show up, then try to log off from the app and re-launch it again, this should help.