LOL! Marketing men are mad men, hence the AMC show, Mad Men. At least with modern games you really do get entire worlds and universes and wars. They really had to exaggerate back then to build up people's enthusiasm to what they really knew was just another simple icon-graphic-like game with four simple one screen levels that they'd finish the first day they owned the game.
By the way, I have this cartridge. But it's one of those that won't work on a standard XL/XE, only an 800, unless you have something like the 32-in-1 OS with an 800 OS choice. So I haven't played it in a while on the Atari 8-bit. Though I do have a TRULY arcade-perfect port of it on my Atari Jaguar CD, but it's still a simple game from over 35 years ago.
"I mistrust consensus, because in general, most stupid people really like to agree with a majority."- Nolan Bushnell