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Screenshot of TRAPPIST-1 system

100% completed TRAPPIST-1 screenshot

A seven-world story campaign based on the real TRAPPIST-1 system.


This is the first story campaign in TerraGenesis, the second one being the Historical Earths campaign. Planets need to be completed in a certain order. Huanca (aka TRAPPIST-1d irl) is the first planet you need to colonize.

This campaign is for sale for $6.99. Or you can get all of them in the all access pass.


Name Difficulty Unlock
Damu Medium $, Colonize Huanca
Aja Medium $, Colonize Huanca
Huanca Easy $
Ruaumoko Hard $, Colonize Huanca
Asintmah Medium $, Colonize Huanca
Ostara Hard $, Colonize all other TRAPPIST-1 worlds
Aranyani Medium $, Colonize Huanca

Gameplay - Spoiler Alert![]

6 of these worlds hide a secret malfunctioning alien artifact that affects the status of the world. Sometimes they help, but most the time they are there, ruining the world. One destroys buildings (Dvintek), another increases pressure and reduces oxygen (Qelsetk), the third increases or reduces sea levels (Kivuunal), the fourth kills people (Metuurein), and the fifth wipes research (Vuuresal). All those threats combine into one big threat when attempting to colonize Ostara.

A list of artifact firing events can be found here:

Main article: Event/Specific to World

After colonizing each new planet you can use the artifact that hindered you during colonization of that planet yourself on the next TRAPPIST planets you colonize. You do this by going to your satellite tab. There, you will see the Tresuunak and all the artifacts you have installed on it. You can activate them from there. Each time you use one of them, you have to wait an hour before you can use one again.

On all TRAPPIST-1 worlds except Huanca, you can access Satellites before you build spaceports, because you already possess a spaceship, the Tresuunak. This is unique to TRAPPIST-1.


NASA trappist.png

Another impression of TRAPPIST-1 system.

  • All the planets in that system are tidally locked which means one side of the planet faces the star, and the other in the shadow.
  • On the planets, the part that faces the star goes into eternal daylight (the temperatures there are hot), and the other side in eternal darkness (the temperatures there are too cold).
  • There is one side (the twilight zone), that is habitable and the temperatures there are just right for life to exist and the water to not become frozen or become gas or vapor.
Terrestrial Planets Mercury · Venus · Earth · Moon (Luna) · Mars
Moons of Gas Giants Moons of JupiterMoons of SaturnMoons of UranusMoons of Neptune
Moons of Jupiter Io · Europa · Ganymede · Callisto
Moons of Saturn Tethys · Dione · Rhea · Titan · Iapetus
Moons of Uranus Miranda · Ariel · Umbriel · Titania · Oberon
Moons of Neptune Triton
Dwarf Planets Ceres · Pluto · Charon · Makemake · Eris · Sedna
TRAPPIST-1 Damu · Aja · Huanca · Ruaumoko · Asintmah · Ostara · Aranyani
Fictional Planets Bacchus · Pontus · Lethe · Ragnarok · Boreas
Historical Earths Vaalbara · Rodinia · Cambria · Cretacea · Dania · Chibania · Ultima
Random Planets