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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 Dark Dragon, Root Dragon, Nightshade Dragon, Fungus Dragon, Watch Dragon, Cave Dragon, Dark Rift Dragon, Dark Element Flag, Erebus Ostracon, Dark Habitat, Large Dark Habitat, and the Giant Dark Habitat.
- 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.
- There are 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.