A man known as the father of the video game died at his Manchester home over the weekend.
Family members say Ralph Baer passed away Saturday.
He was 92 years old.
Baer was credited with creating the videogame console industry in the 1960s while working as an engineer in New Hampshire.
Baer held the rights to more than 150 patents, and among his inventions included the popular game Simon.
He was awarded the National Medal of Technology in 2006.
And in 2010, he was admitted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.