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Mario Bros.-e is an e-Reader game released in 2002. The game is a port of the Nintendo Entertainment System video game Mario Bros. and was part of the second batch of classic NES ports for the e-Reader. The player could play the game by scanning five cards, each one with two barcodes excluding the fifth one, which only had one. When the game was first released, it cost a suggested retail price of $4.99, though as the e-Reader lost momentum the price dropped in many stores.