Mesozoic Valley

The Mesozoic Valley is discovered by destroying the mysterious rock. This then unlocks a separate simulation, in which a separate tech tree can be found.

Clicking the window will give you shells at the rate of 1 per click, but you can gain them faster by clicking the circles in the dinosaur upgrades section.

Remember: Dinosaurs will not automatically generate shells without tapping unless you unlock the automatic trait. This is different from the main tech tree.

After completing all quests for each dinosaur level, you have the option to call an asteroid, which will wipe out your dinosaur tree and restart the valley. It will, however, allow you to unlock more dinosaurs. It will also give you a silver geode.

Get as much Mutagen as possible at each level!! (by buying dinosaurs to certain numbers)

The difficulty increases at later game...

Types of Dinosaur (Incomplete)

The following table shows some info about the Dinosaurs. Cost is the amount of Shell needed to buy the first copy of each dinosaur. The cost increases by 15% each time a new copy is bought. The cost can be decreased by activating traits.

Gain is the number of Shells per dinosaur that is obtained each time the Dinosaur cycle finishes. This amount increases when the corresponding payout traits or Herd Behaviour (affects all dinosaur payout) are activated.

Duration is the initial time for one cycle to be completed. It can be decreased by activating traits. By activating the first duration decreasing trait the dinosaur cycle is automated.

Unlock is the number of previous dinosaurs that are needed to be able to buy the first copy of the next dinosaur.

Trait is the rank that is needed to unlock the trait to automate the dinosaur cycle.

Dinosaur Base Cost Base Gain Base Duration Unlock Trait
Archosaur 3.74 1 0.6s Lvl 1 2, 4
Ornithischia (Parasaurolophus) 60 60 3s 2, 6
Stegosaurus 720 720 6s 3, 6
Ankylosaurus 8,640 4,320 12s Lvl 2 3, 5
Triceratops 103,680 51,840 24s Lvl 3 4, 8
Pterosaur 1.24 M 207,360 18s Lvl 4 5, 10
Plesiosaur 14.93 M 2.2 M 36s Lvl 6 7, 12
Saurischia (Ceratosaurus) 179.16 M 5.16 M 14s Lvl 8 9, 12
Sauropoda (Apatosaurus) 2.15 B 235.82 M 120s Lvl 10 11, 14
Theropoda (Dilophosaurus) 25.80 B 167.8 M 16s Lvl 12 13, 16
Compsognathus 309.58 B 223.69 M 4s Lvl 14 15
Velociraptor 3.72 T 6.71 B 20s Lvl 16 17
Pacycephalosaurus 44.58 T 71.58 B 40s Lvl 18
Gallimimus 534.97 T 76.36 B 8s Lvl 20
Archaeopteryx 6.42 Qa 1,53 T 30s Lvl 22
Brachiosaurus 77.04 Qa 61.06 T 200s Lvl 24
Tyrannosaurus Rex 924.42 Qa 162.82 T 100s Lvl 26
Spinosaurus 11.09 Qi 782.86 T 90s Lvl 28
Iguanodon 133.12 Qi 2.23 Qa 48s Lvl 30
Ichthyosaur 1.60 Sx 7.41Qa 30s Lvl 33
Cynodont (Thrinaxodon) 19.17 Sx 26.36 Qa 20s Lvl 36
Eoraptor 230.02 Sx 281.16 Qa 40s Lvl 39
Mosasaurus 2.76 Sp 9.00 Qi 240s Lvl 42
Argentinosaurus 33.12 Sp 63.98 Qi 320s Lvl 45
Giganotosaurus 397.5 Sp 533.16 Qi 500s Lvl 48

Traits (incomplete)

Traits are cards that can upgrade dinosaurs at the cost of Mutagen. When you open Data Geodes, you can gain a mix of Mutagen, Darwinium and Traits.

Each trait comes in varying levels of rarity, starting at common.

For each trait, as you level it up using more cards, it will follow one of a few different paths:

Speed Path


-Then doubles production speed each upgrade

Payout Path

-Doubles payout each upgrade


Trait upgrades also have an associated cost, as follows:

Upgrade No. Copies Required Cost & Rate Increase Rate Increase for Epic Cards
1 1 Free (x 2) x 1.5
2 2 50 Mutagen (x 4) x 2
3 5 100 Mutagen (x 8) x 2.5
4 10 200 Mutagen (x 16) x 3
5 20 300 Mutagen (x 32) x 3.5
6 50 400 Mutagen (x 64) x 4
7 100 1,000 Mutagen (x 128) x 4.5
8 200 2,000 Mutagen (x 256) x 5
9 400 4,000 Mutagen (x 512) x 5.5
10 800 8,000 Mutagen (x 1024) x 6
11 1,000 20,000 Mutagen (x 2048)
12 2,000 50,000 Mutagen (x 4096)
13 5,000 100,000 Mutagen (x 8192)

Trait Cards

Common traits

Dinosaur Speed Path Payout Path
Archosaurs Opisthopubic Pelvis Propubic Pelvis
Ornithischia Predentary Bone Duckbills
Stegosaurus Armor Flat Teeth
Ankylosaurus Tail Club Ossification
Triceratops Nose Brow Horns Frill
Pterosaurs Wings Extended Finger
Plesiosaurs Aquatic Diapsid Flippers
Saurischia Mobile Neck Upright Posture
Sauropoda Rapid Tooth Replacement Gastroliths
Theropoda Grasping Hands Sharp Teeth
Compsognathus Small Bodies Sharp Eyesight
Velociraptor Sickle Shaped Claw Pack Hunting
Pachycephalosaurus Hard Head Olfactory Lobes
Gallimimus Nest Building Three-toed Feet
Archaeopteryx Bird Brain Flight Feathers
Brachiosaurus Long Tails Pencil-like Teeth
Tyrannosaurus Rex Alpha Predator Brawny Neck
Spinosaurus Spines Semi-Aquatic
Iguanodon Thumb Spikes Changing Posture
Ichthyosaur Live Birth (Viviparous)  Large Eyes 
Cynodont Burrowing Whiskers
Eoraptor Heterodont Dentition (Omnivore) True Fossil
Mosasaurus Double-Hinged Jaw Scales
Argentinosaurus Accelerated Growth Giant Vertebrae
Giganotosaurus Homeothermy Jaw Articulation

Rare traits

- Parallel Evolution - Rare

- Ammonoidea - Rare

- Herbivore - Rare

- Carnivore - Rare

- Quadrupedal - Rare

- Bipedal - Rare

- Aquatic - Rare

- Triassic Age - Rare

- Jurassic Age - Rare

- Cretaceous Age - Rare

Epic traits

- Hollow Bones - Epic - Speed path for all dinosaurs (at a slower rate than common payout paths)

- Herd Behavior - Epic - Payout path for all dinosaurs (at a slower rate than common payout paths)

- Feathers - Epic - Discounts price for all dinosaurs

- Warm Climate - Epic - Increase dinosaur payout x1.5


After level 50 the game restarts with a lootbox of one warm climate trait card at level one, which provides a 50% bonus to payout from all dinosaurs. All epic and rare traits are saved, but common trait cards are set to zero.


  • Dinosaurs come before archosaurs during the game, however, in reality, all dinosaurs are a type of archosaur. Pterosaurs are not considered dinosaurs, pterosaurs are flying archosaurs. Plesiosauruses and Mosasauruses are not even considered archosaurs at all. Pleiosaurs are more related to modern turtles, while mosasauruses are more related to lizards and snakes. Cynodonts however are not considered Archosaurs, Dinosaurs even Diapsids, they are Therapsids. Cynodonts include Mammal as well as their extinct ancestors and close relatives, but not all cynodonts were mammals.

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