These booklets were packed in with Odyssey² games and consoles. As the Odyssey² library grew, the catalogs were changed to include information about new games and offers. The 1983 "Selling Aids" brochure has this to say:
A handy, full color pocket guide to Odyssey. Contains information and photographs of mainframe, Voice and all software. Continually updated to include the latest games!
Front also has, "CARTRIDGE CATALOG." The covers feature the Odyssey² logo. Lists 35 cartridges along with previews of "Math," (Nimble Numbers Ned) "Spelling" (Sid the Spellbinder) and Type & Tell, and The Voice.
Back: Lists all games in catalog broken down by series.
The front cover is identical to catalog EL 3358-3, but the back is different. Back also says, "All the exciting games you want today. More to come tomorrow." Lists 43 cartidges and The Voice. All Voice games are listed except for Turtles.
Front and back: "The excitement of a game. The mind of a computer."
Back also has "Over 40 games to choose from." The cover shows an Odyssey² setup playing Quest for the Rings surrounded by an android, a blackjack dealer, a race driver, a football and baseball player, and a dragon. Lists 33 cartridges; The Great Wall Street Fortune Hunt! and Keyboard Creations! are listed as "Coming Soon."
Front: "The keyboard is the key to over 50 games!" Back: an ad for Odyssey² Adventure magazine.
The cover shows a stack of 4 boxes, with Keyboard Creations! in front. Lists 41 cartridges and the Voice; "Acrobat!" is listed as "Coming Soon." Contains subscription form for Odyssey² Adventure magazine.
Front and Back: Both covers depict the same scene, but one's in French and the other is English.
This is a combination French/English catalog produced for distribution in Canada. Read it from one direction and you get game descriptions in French. Flip it over and read the exact same thing in English.
Front and Back: Covers depict artwork from the + version of Terrahawks against a blue background.
Advertises the G7000, G7200 and G7400 consoles, approximately 50 games, the Chess module and the C7420 BASIC module. Videopac 53+ Nightmare is the latest game featured, while Super Bee, Loony Balloon, Neutron Star and Clay Pigeon are all listed as "upcoming games".
Front: "PHILIPS VIDEOPAC: Play, laugh, learn, play chess or make music with your TV!" Shows a collage of box art from several Videopac games.
Back: The Philips Videopac logo above another box art collage.
This is huge (55 pages!) catalog that shows every Videopac game up through #42. Videopacs #38 Munchkin, #39 Laser War, #41 Conquest of the World, #42 Quest for the Rings, #40 4 in 1 Row, #43 Pick Axe Pete, and Videopac A Newscaster are listed as "new," as is the G7200 and the Chess Module.
Front: "PHILIPS VIDEOPAC: Play, laugh, learn, count, fight, play chess, make music - more fun with your television set." Shows a collage of box art from several games.
I've only seen the front cover of this catalog, but it looks identical to the Netherlands catalog listed above, so I can assume its contents are similar. Of course, this catalog is printed in German.
Front: Depicts scenes from several announced Parker games.
Back: Parker Video Games logo.
This catalog lists only the four Parker Bros. games that were actually released. Interestingly, the cover art depicts scenes from several Parker games that never came out, including Tutankham, Spider-Man, and the unreleased Atari 2600 games The Lord of the Rings, Planet of the Apes, and Alligator People. Was Parker planning a G7000 release for these games as well? The catalog also includes some information about joining the Parker Video Games Club. All text in the catalog is printed in English, Italian, French, German, Dutch and Spanish.
Front and Back: ?
I've seen a poor photo of this catalog, so I know it exists. But that's really all I know about it!