The series also had a 3D animation feature at Sanrio Puroland and Sanrio Harmonyland, this was featured in its "Dream Time Machine" (夢のタイムマシン) cinema and was made with (then) cutting edge 3D graphics. The feature was produced in an attempt to attract males to the theme park and was suitable for adults as well as children.
The feature also included a Shifter called "ドリーモン" (Dorimon, Note:based on the series method of name should be "Dollymon", though some machine translators place the name is "Dry Moon").
The feature was exclusive to the theme parks and was never released as all other episodes.
The art style was created to more closely match the original Primitive Boy Genshi manga, rather then later versions.
|Time Shifters||Lovelove | Jitterbug | Eldora | Talen | Mosbee | Cocoron | Bubblegum | Lynx | Artie | Batterball | Ammon | Elfin | The Cardians | Monarisu | Wing | Moah | Elekin | Muscles | Unita | Raldo | Leafy | Monk | Nightcap | Musey | Change | Bugsy | Dipper | Knuckle | Doron | Shadow | Orbit | Dorimon | Wolfen | HaniWani | Hanasaka | Funga | Hyururu | Ekoeko | Nioja | Deathdas | Nascal | Gera|
|Locations||The Land of Time | The Land of Dread|
|Keepers||Old Timer | Dark Lord|
|Forms||Monster Eggs | Bad Transformation | Super Transformation|
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