Originally released by TSR in 1994 as the first of a 4-part audio CD series, this horrific interactive audio drama puts the listener-player in the role of a dispatcher-supervisor at an X Files-type security agency that handles paranormal-related calls to 911 and instructs its agents how to proceed in encounters. In this game, the focus is on encounters with vampires.

The calls are presented through the interface of the "T.R.A.X." (Trace, Research, Analyze, and eXterminate) computer system, a female-voiced A.I. who will solicit the player for input in the form of selecting which of two options to follow (by directly guiding them to the appropriate track in the CD listing.)

Seven years later, Wizards of the Coast shared a minimalist browser interface along with the original audio files from the CD in Real's RMJ format, requiring recommended audio plugins Realplayer 8 or Real Jukebox to access.


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The original interactive audio CD release in 1994 was parlayed out into an "interactive movie" game release a year later dealing with a similar subject and sharing its name.

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Pseudo_Intellectual (60344) added Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire (Browser) on Nov 18, 2009