Advertising Blurbs

Back of Cover - Commodore 64 (US):
    The computer will confront you with complex yet captivating images.

    You will see many elements but only one true source of energy.

    You will sense deceptive desire and its constant illusions.

    You will draw upon intuition and intellect.
    And, in the end, you will know.

    A complex notion in modern times.
    An admirable goal in ancient times.
    It was simply called, Zenji.

    Contributed by FatherJack (62771) on Jun 09, 2014.

Back of Box - ColecoVision (US):
    The computer will confront you with complex yet captivating images.

    You will see many elements but only one true source of energy.

    You will sense deceptive desire and its constant illusions.

    You will draw upon intuition and intellect. And, in the end, you will know.

    A complex notion in modern times. An admirable goal in ancient times. It was simply called Zenji.

    Contributed by Robert Teichmann (455) on Oct 04, 2013.

Activision Catalog 1984:
    A puzzle of desires and illusions by Matthew Hubbard. For Atari and Commodore 64 computers. Also for ColecoVision, Adam, Atari 5200.

    Contributed by RKL (5737) on Dec 15, 2003.

Back Cover - C64 (UK):
    A lecture from Rokan, Master of Zenji, 739 A.D.
    Let us call the "Many" the "Elements." Then let us see that in the vast blackness, beyond the beyond, the Elements assemble around the Source. Some are connected, some are not. Those united with the Source are green with energy, while the disconnected ones are an empty grey. The seeker must connect the Many to the One, thus turning all the Elements green with the power of the Source. In that instant, Zenji occurs.

    Contributed by Jeanne (76644) on Nov 16, 2003.