New Odyssey2 Game - (Pre-order)!

  After seven years,
  Packrat is proud to
  announce a new
  Odyssey2 game,
  Traffic, by Chris
  Read. Traffic! will be
  available for pre-
  order starting on
  December 20th, and
  will ship late 2014
into early 2015 (due to family issues).

Packrat is glad to finally get this game out to O2/VP fans. Thank you for your patience!

On There Way! - New Games!

New 2600 games from Thomas Jentzsch, Simon Quernhorst, and Chris Read are in the works for early 2015 and beyond. A few of these will be older but new games to the Packrat library of games.

Shooting Gallery/Minefield by Rafael Cardoso for the Odyssey2 is planned for early 2015, along with a few surprises too. Other games by Chris Read will be released in 2015.
Our first Odyssey2 hack game should be out in early 2015, along with a sequel to this game.

New - Vectrex on the Way!

Packrat Video Games, LLC has taken over production of Vectrex games made by John Dondzila. Production has started on four games so far in 2014, with the rest coming in early 2015. Honored to keep John's and Vectrexcarts.com games alive for Vextrex fans (plus Mark de Smet's VeCaves / SpikesSpree too)!



Welcome to Packrat Video Games, LLC

Packrat Video Games, LLC is a proud producer of quality Atari 2600 and Odyssey2 homebrews and hacks. We also specialize in new classic video game merchandise, and are always looking for new projects! We appreciate your patronage!

Family Issue - Delay / Shutdown

As of December 15th, due to family issues, orders have been shut down (with the exception of pre-orders for Traffic for the O2/VP systems).
Orders on and before the 15th will be fulfilled as soon as possible.

Regular orders will resume again around January 1st, 2015, at which time we hope that things can get back to normal (here and in life).
Thank for your understanding during this difficult time.

2600 Game Production Update!

Work continues regarding a deal to get a new type of PCB (printed circuit board) for 2600 game production, along with another source of standard PCBs too. This is being done to help Packrat keep better stock of 2600 games, and facilitate a way for us to physically make 2600 game cartridges faster than we've ever been able to do.
We will continue to work on getting deals in place with new parts suppliers, to better serve our customers of 2600 games!
(First small batch of test PCBs from Canada are on their way. More news to come fairly soon)