C64 Miner 2049’er
You can play C64 Miner 2049’er game online without installing any software. You only need a modern browser to enjoy this Commodore 64 retro classic game.
Miner 2049’er game data
About Commodore 64 Miner 2049’er
Miner 2049er is a platform video game created by Bill Hogue.
C64 Miner 2049er gameplay
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 radioactive creatures that inhabit the mine. As Bounty Bob walks over a section of flooring, it fills with color. To complete the level, every section of flooring must be colored. There are ten mines in total (eleven in the ColecoVision port). Each level is timed and must be completed before the player runs out of oxygen.
Along the way, Bob encounters many objects left behind by past miners. By collecting these, bonus points are achieved and the radioactive creatures smile and change color. While in this state, Bob can collect them and earn extra points.
Obstacles in each mine aid and hinder Bob’s progress. Ladders allow him to climb up or down to the next platform; matter transporters teleport him to other transporters in that mine, chutes slide Bob off a platform (often against his will), and pulverizers crush Bob if he gets in their way. Most levels are defined by a unique element or obstacle.
In order to play Miner 2049’er online, click on the start button located below the Commodore 64 emulator window.
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Miner 2049’er C64 keyboard mapping + gamepad support
C64 emulator joystick - keyboard mappings
|JOYSTICK 1||KEY||JOYSTICK 2||KEY|
|FIRE||LEFT CTRL||FIRE||LEFT SHIFT|
Miner 2049’er touchscreen joystick emulation
You can play C64 Miner 2049’er on mobile phones and tablets, too. Just tap the 4 corners and the middle position.
Miner 2049’er Gamepad/Joystick support
Connect your USB gamepad or joystick to your computer. The online C64 emulator support 1 or 2 Gamepads + Paddles (axes 3/4).