This rare sequel was released in limited quantities on the Apple II by Micro Fun in 1984.
The rumor goes that they had a contract with Bill Hogue for a sequel called Scaper Caper that never materialized and, since they had spent money on advertising it, decided to recoup some costs by making a sequel of their own with help from Mike Livesay.
This is the boxed Apple II version from Micro Fun. There was also a “baggie” version.
The Apple II and Colecovision versions both shared the same box, with the Apple II version getting a sticker on the front. The screen shots on the back of the box are of the Apple II version.
Interesting discoloration on the diskette holder. The pattern matches the holes on the floppy disc!
This is the “baggie” packaging version of Miner 2049er for Apple II. Bill’s name is spelled wrong on the back and on the disk label.
This is also a store demo “not for resale.”
There is also a regular boxed version.