The package is thought to contain all of thatgamecompany's PS3 titles on one disc. It was spotted by Superannuation on the GameFly website, but has since been removed.
Thatgamecompany released flOw for the PS3 in 2006, before launching Flower in 2009.
Both games feature a minimalist design and utilise the PlayStation 3's motion control functionality
Its most successful title Journey, meanwhile, was released in March and is available to download from the PlayStation Network for £9.99/$14.99.
The game sees players guide a mysterious robed figure across a vast desert to an alluring mountain in the distance.
It features online co-operative gameplay, enabling users to interact with each other and the wider world, in order to uncover an ancient civilisation.
The game has become the fastest-selling digital release on the European and North American PSN Store, surpassing all first and third-party games to achieve the honour
> Journey: Designing for Friendship - feature
> Read our five star Journey review
Watch a trailer for Journey below: