In 2001, after the success of  Super Mario Advance, Nintendo wanted to upgrade a version of Super Mario Bros. Deluxe with All-Stars graphics and sound voice editiors and its for the Game Boy Advance. It was originally called "Super Mario Bros. Deluxe Plus", but a year later, the Mario Bros. game (from the previous Super Mario Advance games) and the Super Mario All-Stars version of Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels with sound voice editiors, renaming from "Super Mario Bros. Deluxe Plus" to "Super Mario Advance 5: Super Mario Bros. and the Lost Levels", and one year later, the game has been released on January 5, 2004 with e-Reader support.