This wild planet has a thin atmosphere, making life harsh. Anasazeans can go days subsisting on a tiny bit of water.
Meteos Planet Description

Anasaze is a planet found in Meteos, Meteos Online, and Meteos Wars. It is classified as one of the "starter" planets of the games alongside Oleana, Geolyte, Firim, and in Meteos Wars, Lumious.

Planetary DataEdit

This planet is covered mostly in rocks and wild plains.
Meteos Instruction Booklet

With a varied surface with a lot of brown to it, Anasaze looks similar to various gas giants, but is far from anything the same, being a solid desert planet. A dried up terrestrial planet, Anasaze has very little moisture and a thin atmosphere.

Anasaze appears in Star Trip mode's Multi route as part of the Earth Lovers, sharing its grouping with Forte and Cavious.
  • A depiction of Anasaze's desert surface, via Meteos
  • A depiction of Anasaze's surface, via Meteos Online.


The Anasazeans are more akin to plants than anything, cacti in particular. They have a population of approximately 2.2 billion, and reach an average of 2.5 meters in height. They have a single eye, and have what appear to be large spikes on either side of their head. Like a cactus, they can survive on very little moisture, and can withstand incredibly harsh conditions.

Meteos DataEdit


The design of the Meteos on Anasaze, which is not shared with another planet.


This planet does not require any sort of fusion to unlock, as it is unlocked from the start. Its Sound Set, Wild West Cowboy requires 100 Soil Meteos to fuse, or it can be unlocked by clearing the Branch route of Star Trip for the first time.

Meteos EncountersEdit

In the original Meteos game, Anasaze has a large abundance of Soil Meteos, followed by a fair balance of Air, Fire, and Iron, and a small amount of Zoo Meteos. Anasaze has 9 columns to play with. Anasaze plays like an interesting combination of Jeljel and Forte, and is actually a bit difficult to use for a starter planet. While Anasaze's ignitions start with quite a bit of power, they would lose some power over the course of several ignitions, until about six or seven, where they would gain plenty of power, and could be easily gotten off the screen, similar to Jeljel . However, a much easier way of getting Meteos off the screen is to simply use a vertical ignition, much like Forte, which would have high power no matter when in a chain of ignitions it was made. With this, Anasaze is best put in the hands of an expert player, due to its odd, but rewarding, mechanics.

Meteos Online/Wars DataEdit

Meteos OnlineEdit


Anasaze's Meteos design from Meteos Online.

Anasaze made its second appearance in Meteos Online, as, strangely enough, an unlockable planet. To fuse it, the player would need 3000 Air Meteos, 3000 Fire, 3500 Soil, 3000 Iron and 1500 Zap.

Anasaze experienced high frequencies of Soil Meteos, followed by lower, equal frequencies of Iron, Zap and Air, slightly lower amounts of H20 and even lower amounts of Zoo. The Rare Meteo that could drop here was Time.

Meteos WarsEdit

Anasaze made its third appearance in Meteos Wars, as a starter planet. Anasaze experiences high concentrations of Soil Meteos, followed by lower amounts of Air, lower amounts of Zoo, about half as much Dark, and trace amounts of Iron Meteos. Anasaze retains it's unusual launching mechanics, and it's physics were left mostly unchanged, making it a steady competitor in the right hands, alongside it's new Planet Impact, Armageddon, allowing for incredibly heavy hits with good timing. It's native's animation was also changed to show it pivoting on its "foot" left and right, rather than stretching in those directions.

It's corresponding accessory could be unlocked by completing a total of 10 games.


  • An Anasazean wearing a Crown can be seen on the Accessories 20 achievement in Meteos Wars.
  • Anasaze's name may be derived from the Anasazi people that lived in the southwestern United States, a region known for its desert climate.