The Atom was based on MOS Technology's 6502 microprocessor home computer made by Acorn Computers Ltd from 1980 to 1982.The Atom was a reduced version of the Acorn System 3 without a disk drive but with an integrated keyboard and cassette tape interface, sold in the form of a kit or armed. Its with a Motorola 6847 video chip, allowing text modes or two-color graphics. It could be connected to a TV or be modified for an output to a video monitor. The basic video memory was 1 kilobyte but could be extended to 6 kilobytes. A color PAL card was also available. Sure you can simply download and install emulator then got games roms right here and back to your golden age video games.