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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→
The Lucky Smurf island Update (version 1.3.7 on iOS) added a mushroom house for Lucky Smurf on the island. Lucky Smurf’s Island Hut is available for 30 Smurfberries and comes with its own mini-game, Lucky Smurf’s Wheel of Fortune.
After placing the hut somewhere on the island Lucky Smurf’s Wheel of Fortune can be played every 23 hours and it works similar to Lucky’s game on the mainland.
The first spin is free and it is possible to win different items, these include Resources, Smurfberries, Free Smurfs and other premium items, but also coins and other regular items. It is also possible to win pieces for the Totem Pole or bolts for Clockwork. 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→
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).
After a long wait for Apple to review the submitted version, finally Beeline got the approval to for Smurfs village game easter update. The new version 1.3.6 which features Fireman smurf has been finally released for Apple iOS users, and hopefully Android players will get it shortly. According to Beeline, Smurfs’ Village 1.3.6 puts Extra Spring in your Step!
- Get a smurfy supercharge from the new XP Accelerator for a 5% boost on ALL XP items – or upgrade for an even bigger boost!
- Build Fireman Smurfs’ Hut to collect all of your coin and XP rewards at once!
- New game improvements let you get to the island even faster!
- Now there’s new open space to explore in the mountains
- Keep your caterpillars and snails tucked away safely in the new Storage Hut
- Spring is smurfing out all over the village with new themed items and decorations!
The development team at Beeline Interactive is definitely paying attention to their forum and taking players’ suggestions seriously. Over the past month a suggestion posted in the Share an Idea section of their forum has manifested into the game. A forum member posted an idea of adding a cute domestic pet like a puppy to the village. The positive comment feedback and replies made the department take notice. Now players can place an adorable puppy in their village and watch him chase his tail while running about. Read More→
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→
There have been several new park inspired décor items added to Smurfs’ Village over the past few updates. These ride and playground themed decorations give players ample opportunity to build a Smurftastic park for smurfs and smurflings alike to enjoy. Some players have tiny parks while others have constructed magnificent playground wonderlands. The size and layout design is totally up to you. Whether small or grand the local smurfs will love having a new place to frolic and unwind in. 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.
The Smurfette Mountain Update (version 1.3.4 on iOS and 1.2.2.a on Android) introduced the Super Resource Machine. On top of a new design this resource machine gives out more resources over the same amount of time, 25x Dye, 85x Stone and 85x Wood per day, making it a total of 2875 resources over 15 days to be precise.
The Super Resource Machine costs still the same as the original machine (9.99 USD), which is no longer available, and also unlocks all available blueprints.
Just like the original resource machine this one can be updated for a discounted price (6.99 USD). If the original resource machine is reactivated it will automatically turn into the Super Resource Machine and give out 2875 resources over 15 days as well. Read More→
The Smurfette Mountain Expansion (version 1.3.5 on iOS and 1.2.2a on Android) added a “storage cave” for the mountain. It costs 25 Smurfberries and can be placed anywhere on the mountains.
The mountains storage limit of 500 items has also been increased. All of the three versions of the storage hut can now hold up to 1500 items (1500 for items that take up one space, for bigger items each space they take up counts as one item, that means for example, a log, which usually takes two spaces, counts as two items). 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→
Beehive which was seen earlier in Beeline’s screen-shots , it is made available now for sale as promotional item during this weekend. The Beehive costs 30 smurberries in addition to use it as decoration item it also provides you with XP many times a day according to beeline. Beehive is available for sale in the main village, in the island and in the mountains. If the offer didn’t pop up for you, just make sure to connect to the INTERNET and check under the start tab. The offer is running for the next 48 hours and it varies from one region to an other, but if you already missed it you may get it an other time. Read More→