The AtHome was a Third Generation video game console developed and published by Scarce Gaming on May 6th, 1990. It had three "channels", two of which could only be used when cartridges for them were inserted, and one of which was the game inserted. Unlike most other Third Generation consoles, the console was 10-bit, and allowed 8 colors.
The controller resembled a television remote, with a Pause button, Button 1, which was the AtHome's B Button, and Button 2, which was the AtHome's A Button. The console also included a Power Button, which shut off or turned on the system.