Developed by Ground Zero Productions, Terror T.R.A.X. was based on a series of audio adventures that had originally been produced by Flint Dille for TSR. The game featured nearly an hour of digital video with "3-D" sound and was described by Bandai Digital Entertainment as being suitable for teens by avoiding depictions of graphic violence.
The Pippin port had been promoted on Bandai's website and in the packaging of the releases of other @WORLD titles. A beta version is known to have been pressed on 27 September 1996 without authentication, but it is unclear whether a commercial version had ever been released. The audio adventures were made freely available by Wizards of the Coast.
- ↑ Video Game Bible 1985-2002 by Andy Slaven, p.61.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 @WORLD Software - More Games, Bandai Digital Entertainment USA. Archived 1998-01-18.
- ↑ Terror T.R.A.X., Demian's Gamebook Web Page.
- ↑ Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire Releases, MobyGames.
- ↑ Katz Media Pippin KMP 2000 Home Console by nostalgeeks, eBay. 2017-06-23.
- ↑ Here's something potentially interesting. by xsuicidesn0wmanx, Twitter. 2019-05-03.
- ↑ Apple Bandai Pippin USA Games by Willard, AtariAge Forums. 2014-08-03.
- ↑ Terror TRAX series, MobyGames.
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at Giant Bomb
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at IMDb
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at MobyGames
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at The Strong | National Museum of Play
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at Universal Videogames List
- Terror T.R.A.X.: Track of the Vampire at Wizards of the Coast (archived 2016-10-31)
- @WORLD Software at Bandai Digital Entertainment USA (archived 1997-04-04)