Smurf Life info.
Version 1.5.0version: 1.5.0
Size:146 MB
Levels: 16
Updated on: May, 13, 2013

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Smurf Life Game Help Menu

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This Game Menu is fully copied form  Smurf Life game help menu made by Beeline. The reason was copied is to make it available online and share it with other players as most of the  time   players ignore the help menu on their devices, (which really contains lot of useful information) and start searching on  the INTERNET.

Navigation – Tap where you want your Smurf to walk, or hold to have your Smurf run toward your finger.

Harvesting Resources – Tap on a rock, tree, flower, etc and then tap the tool icon above it. It costs energy every time you harvest something (rarer resources will cost more). Expanding to other areas will also provide new resources. Resources can be spotted by the energy tags above them.

If you’re not sure what to do next, just tap on your trainer and then select Talk.

Smurf Count - This is the number of regular Smurfs you have in your village. Keep rescuing Smurfs to increase this number!
Energy - You spend points of energy every time you harvest things like water, rock or flowers. Energy points are regenerated over time.
Trade Tokens - These tokens can be traded for items with certain Smurfs. Tap on a Smurf and select “Trade” to see what they have available.
Moon Dust - This is a paid currency. It can be used for things like speeding up crafting, or buying special items. (It costs real money)
Quest Log – This tells you which quests you currently have. Tap on a quest to view completed tasks and what your current task is.Tap “Track” to find what you need for your next task.
Compass - Tap on this icon in the bottom-left corner when you need help finding a resource, Smurf or object that you’ve tapped before. Select “Track” to find what you’re looking for. Just follow the sparkling trail!
Tap the arrow under your name to find:
Inventory - Tells you how many resources or items you are carrying. It has a limited amount of space.
Wardrobe - What your Smurf is wearing. You can alter your Smurf’s appearance from here.
Profession Levels - Tapping on either of these will let you see how good you are at each craft, and how many more items you need to craft to level up in a profession.
Menu - Tapping this button will return you to the main menu of the game in case you need to change any options or view the help file.
Trading Post - This Bulletin Board acts as the trading post for the Smurfs. You can visit it for odd jobs to do around the village! Tap on it for a random quest. Complete these quests to earn Trade Tokens for Trading.

Smurf Life Quests

There are three different types of quests:

Profession – These are the quests you do for your trainer. These quests introduce you to new recipes and increase your profession level.

Expansion – Many Smurfs were trapped by the storm. You’ll need to get rid of the obstacles that are blocking the different areas of the village.

Smurf Quests – In order to add more Smurfs to your Smurf count, you need to help each Smurf fix their house in some way. Every time you help a Smurf, you get to attend a party and more of the storm clouds will disappear!

Professions

Different professions allow you to learn different skills:

Alchemy:

  • Potion Making – Taught by Alchemist Smurf

Building:

  • Carpentry – Taught by Timber Smurf

Profession Level

Your job level is your overall level in a profession. The more stars you earn, the better this level will be. Your trainers can teach you new recipes as you level up.

Recipe Level

Complete recipes a number of times to earn a recipe level which earns you a star (the color matches your job). As you gain stars in a craft, you’ll be able to make them faster. Tap and hold the “i” to learn more about each recipe. As you get better and better at a craft, you’ll need to make more and more of them to level-up.

Frequently Smurfed Questions

1.    What if I run out of space in my inventory?

You can:

  • Check out the bulletin board to see if any of your items can be used for trades there.
  • Spend Moon Dust to expand your inventory.

2.    Where can I get dye?

You can get dye from Painter Smurf, who is south of your hut, and north of the party area.

3.    Where can I get cloth?

You can get cloth from Tailor Smurf, who is south of your hut, and north of the party area?

4.    Where can I get Magic Plant Remover?

You can buy Magic Plant Remover from Papa, Timber, Alchemist, Tailor or Painter.

5.    I’m being asked to complete a recipe I don’t have yet! What do I do?

More recipes become available as you level up in a profession. Keep crafting items to increase your level and learn more recipes. Go see your trainer after every level up!


Version 1.0.0

Technical Support:
http://www.beeline-i.com/support

Facebook Page:
http://www.facebook.com/SmurfLife

 

Credits to Beeline

Peyo – 2012 – Licensed through Lafig Belgium – www.smurf.com

Game Code © 2012 Capcom Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved.
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  • http://www.facebook.com/christyann.smith.5 Christy Ann Smith

    I put this on another post, but thought it might be helpful here as well. We all have a house now, i use mine as a big storage area 15 pottery wheels so far & 5 test tubes. Hope this was helpful

  • http://www.facebook.com/keridwn72 Kerry Dawn Meaghan-Noto

    Help please I need Clay and I can’t find it

    • http://www.facebook.com/bisies Tan Bi Si

      It isafter the smurf who needs a chair, fence, table and a cup (Miner Smurf), then you need to make a sandpaper in order to get a new smurf and the cla.

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  • William Velerian

    There is no energy any longer.