In 1986 Atari Corporation release the Atari 7800 ProSystem, simply known as the Atari 7800. This console was originally set to release in 1984, but was postponed due to the sale of the company. The Atari 7800 was the first console to be backward compatible, as it also worked with inputs from the older Atari 2600. This console was also designed with the ability to move around many objects on the screen. This was to more closely replicate arcade games, and was superior to the capabilities of other consoles at the time. Additionally, the Atari 7800 could be upgraded to operate as a home computer. However, Nintendo’s licensing policy blocked Atari from popular titles, just like it did with Sega, and Atari failed to significantly affect Nintendo’s market share. In 1992 the company ceased production on the console.