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While many of you are still enjoying Snow in many parts of the world, however the snow has already melted in the Smurf’s village. Beeline has just released this week the new spring update of the Smurfs village game for both platforms Apple iOS and Android. The new version features two new special smurfs Woolly Smurf and Game Smurf.
According to Beeline official description:
Beeline dev team has just released out a quick bugfix update for The Smurf’s Village game. The update this time was addressed to Android players (and hopefully will be also released shortly to iOs, users according to what we have been told). Basically the main point of releasing this bugfix update, is because to fix the wonder storage sack problem which was found on both the mountain as well as in the planet. Read More→
In addition to lots of Valentine’s Day decorations, this update introduces Timber Smurf to the island and lots of other smurfy additions.
Beeline has quickly reacted and released a new fix update of the Smurfs village game on Google Play after Android players came across a bug. The main reason for releasing this updated version is to fixe the Garden Shop bug where Papa Smurf asks for crops that can only be unlocked by buying the garden shop. Many players were struggling to complete this quest earlier, however it seems that this issue is fixed now. If you are android users and you were able to complete this quest let us konw. Read More→
Today Beeline posted one intersting image on their official Facebook page with no description. The image shows autumn’s red yellow and brown falling leaves in the Smurf Forest with few huts appear in the village. But what can be more noticed in the image is a purple fly, flies towards the village, which we think that’s the hint for next update.
If you don’t know about the purple fly, it is a carrier of a disease that infects Smurfs by biting them in the tail, and results in changing their colors into a purple and become Purple Smurfs. . Purple flies are usually rendered harmless when they inhale the pollen of a tuberose blossom, which makes them sneeze before turning blue. Read More→