We used the same cartridge case molds that were designed for Miner 2049er. Here's a look at one of the Atari 400/800 cartridges:
And here is a VERY RARE 5200 cartridge of Bounty Bob Strikes Back! These have gone for over $200 on EBay recently! I wonder what Antique RoadShow would value it at?
The box for Bounty Bob was much larger than Miner because we got super fancy and had a folded, full-size poster inside that contained the game instructions. Here's the front of the 5200 box:
I wrote the versions licensed to US Gold in Great Britain for the European/PAL Atari and Commodore 64. Here's their package with a cassette.