Famicom Mini: Mario Bros. is a Game Boy Advance video game released in 2004 by Nintendo It is a remake of the Famicom game Mario Bros. (note: not its arcade incarnation), and little to no alterations were made on the game to stay faithful to the original title. The game was not released in America or Europe, and thus was exclusive to Japan. It was part of the Famicom Mini Series that re-released a variety of classic Famicom games for the Game Boy Advance.

It can be speculated that it wasn't released around the world due to the availability of the game in a variety of other titles for the Game Boy Advance, including Super Mario Advance, Super Mario Advance 2, Super Mario Advance 3, Super Mario Advance 4, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, and Mario Bros.-e. Those games, excluding Mario Bros.-e, all contained enhanced graphics and gameplay as well. The game Mario Bros.-e, while a remake of the Famicom game like this was, was also a lot cheaper.

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