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Main Village
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Full Name Main Village
Transportation  ?
Expansions  ?
Date Released App launch date



The Main Village is the main setting for the game, and is the area where the game starts. At first, the village is quite small, bordered by two rivers, but is expanded during the course of the game.

The main village features several smurfs from the original series of comics, some of which appear by default and others which must be purchased using Gold or Smurfberries.

Description

The Main Village appears to be a big, empty meadow of grass with two streams flowing through it. During the Summer the ground is green, and during the Winter it's white (and some items are covered with snow). It's the very first location the player sees in the whole game, and will be for quite some time, until the Island is unlocked at Level 19.

The Main Village is where most of the characters from the original Smurf series are. And there are even more just made for the app itself. The Main Village also has the most mini-games to play.

Expansions

During the course of the game, Papa Smurf will give quests which will unlock other parts of the main village:

  • Crossing the right river (Level 5): Once Level 5 is reached, Papa Smurf will ask for a bridge to be built across the river to the right of the starting area. This bridge can be bought from the Structures menu for 150CoinIcon and takes 120 hours to build. It opens up the area to the right of the river.
  • Crossing the left river (Level 16): Once Level 16 is reached, Papa Smurf will ask for a long bridge to be built to cross the river to the left of the starting area. This bridge can be built from the Structures menu 1000CoinIcon or 10SmurfberryIcon and takes 120 hours to build. This unlocks the land to the left of the river including the beach.
  • Ascending the cliff to the right (Level 22): Once the first expansion has been completed, the far-right will be blocked by cliffs. At Level 22, a set of stairs can be built to ascend the cliff and make the area beyond it available. These stairs cost 5000CoinIcon from the Structures menu and take 2 hours to build.
  • Clearing the fallen tree (Level 26): After the expansion up the cliff, a fallen tree will block part of the land to the far right. Once Timber Smurf's Hut has been upgraded, a quest will open up which will clear this area.

At any point during the game, 30% of extra space can be unlocked for 25SmurfberryIcon from the Huts menu. In the main village, this can be done a maximum of twice for up to 69% extra space.

Unlocking other areas

At set points in the game, other areas will unlock which can be reached from the Main Village:

The Island (Level 19)

At Level 19, a series of quests involving Dreamy Smurf will open up to unlock the island. These quests are as follows[1]:

  • Send 2 Smurfs into the forest for 12 hours
  • Send 2 Smurfs into the forest for 24 hours
  • Send 5 Smurfs for 5 hours to find Dreamy Smurf
  • Send Dreamy on an adventure for 24 hours
  • Play Miner Smurf’s Mining Game (to get metal for the compass)
  • Send 3 Smurfs into the forest for 24 hours to gather magnetic rock
  • Send Dreamy Smurf on an adventure for 72 hours
  • Send Dreamy Smurf on an adventure for the third time for 72 hours
  • Smurf to the island

After these quests are complete, the SS Smurf II will be available to freely travel to and from the island.

The Swoof Planet (Level 22)

At Level 22, Papa Smurf will ask for the Rocket Ship to be placed in the village. It costs 2000CoinIcon from the Structures menu and is build immediately. The Rocket Ship allows travel to and from the Swoof Planet.

The Mountain (Level 25)

At Level 25, the Hot Air Balloon can be placed in the village. It is completely free and is built instantaneously. The Balloon allows travel to and from the Mountain.

Smurfs in the Main Village

Some smurfs appear in the Main Village by default, while some must be unlocked by quests or bought with coins or Smurfberries.

Appearing by default or from quests

  • Papa Smurf - appears from the start of the game and always has a quest available
  • Brainy Smurf - appears from Level 1
  • Jokey Smurf - unlocked at Level 3 and gives daily gifts
  • Reporter Smurf - unlocked at Level 4 and gives a daily login bonus and occasional Tweet-bonus
  • Scaredy Smurf - unlocked at Level 12 and offers XP bonus at night
  • Grouchy Smurf - unlocked at Level 15 and offers XP bonus
  • Marco Smurf - unlocked at Level 16. Visits friends' villages and offers a gift on his return each day.
  • Dreamy Smurf - unlocked at Level 19 and offers quests occasionally.

Available once purchased with Smurfberries

Available once purchased with coins

Mini-games

Most named Smurf Huts in the main village offer mini games which may be played to earn XP, coins or bonus items. Below is a list of these mini games and the requirements for unlocking them:

Gallery

Trivia

  • In total there are 4 expansions for the Main Village that don't need to be paid with by Smurfberries.

See Also


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