Coin per minute:
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Boost Calculation Guide to use with the page linked above.
- The Dungeon Dragon was released on November 15, 2013, along with the Cave Dragon, Dark Rift Dragon, Dark Dragon, Root Dragon, Nightshade Dragon, Fungus Dragon and the Watch Dragon.
- The Dungeon Dragon had an error when released. It read: "What would you like to do with your new Primary Dungeon Dragon?"
- The in-game information for the Dungeon Dragon said that its incuabtion and breeding times was 12 hours when it was first released.
- Multiple references to the tabletop roleplaying game, Dungeons & Dragons:
- "The wizard Guy Gacks, son of Arne", may be a reference to Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, who designed Dungeons & Dragons.
- The "Goal" completion message received makes a direct reference to the Dungeons & Dragons game: "Dungeons and dragons: two things that just seem to go together."
- The Keep on the Borderlands was a Dungeons & Dragons module by Gary Gygax used in the basic set created in 1979.
- The Dungeon Dragon seems to be based on the title dragon from Dungeons & Dragons.