The new service will allow consumers to purchase from a catalog that spans "over 2,600 PC games," including new releases such as "Fallout 3 and Far Cry 2," according to the company. The site is currently down for maintenance.
Phantom first announced the service in 2006, following several years of derision over the oft-hyped, but never produced Phantom game console.
In the interim, Phantom stayed busy by producing the Phantom Lapboard, a combination mouse/keyboard/tray that allows users to "work or play games from your couch, easy chair or any comfortable setting in your home or workplace."
Along with the launch of Phantom Games, the company also noted that it has secured enough cash to begin mass-producing the Lapboard.