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- The Shining Dragon was released on May 23, 2017.
- The Shining Dragon contains numerous possible references to The Shining film and novel.
- Its name is a reference to the film and novel's titles.
- It was released on May 23, 2017, which is the 37th anniversary of The Shining (1980)'s release.
- Its news message states, "Here's shining!" This is a reference to the iconic phrase "Here's Johnny!" which is quoted in The Shining (1980).
- Its goal completion message states, "All work and no play makes Stanley a dull wizard." This is a reference to the proverb "All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy," which is quoted in The Shining (1980) film.
- "Stanley" could reference the Stanley Hotel (explained below).
- In its description, "Torrance Jaxxon" likely references Jack Torrance, the main character of The Shining.
- "The mountainous region of Setse", along with its quest being called "Setse Sighting", likely reference the Overlook Hotel, the setting of The Shining and located in the Rocky Mountains.
- The "twin omen dragons" likely reference the Grady twins.
- The "labyrinthian corridors of trees" likely reference the hedge maze in the film.
- "he found only a flask of orange juice" could refer to a line from the novel in which Jack Torrance is mulling over a shopping list: "Three hundred pts orange juice. Pd."
- "the frozen night" could refer to how it snowed in the story's setting.