The game was licensed in conjunction with International Computer Group. At the time of its release, Miner 2049er was notable for having ten different screens, which was a large number for a platform game. For comparison, the Donkey Kong arcade game had four screens, and many home ports didn't include all of them. He created several games patterned after actual arcade games, such as Super Nova , Attack Force , Cosmic Fighter , Galaxy Invasion , Meteor Mission II , Robot Attack , and Defense Command . Hogue was originally going to write Miner 2049er for the TRS-80 Model I, but Radio Shack discontinued it in mid-1982, so he instead was forced to develop the game on the Atari 800. After a false start in 1984 with the cancelled release of the announced sequel Scraper Caper, Hogue in 1985 released the official sequel, Bounty Bob Strikes Back. Bounty Bob is a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police on a mission to search through all of Nuclear Ned's abandoned uranium mines for the treacherous Yukon Yohan. As Bounty Bob, the player's goal is to inspect every section of each mine in search of the evil Yukon Yohan while avoiding the various radioactive creatures that inhabit the mine.
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