The adventure that revitalized the video game market over 15 years ago has returned -- this time souped up for Game Boy Color. Super Mario Bros. can now reach an entire generation of gamers who may have missed the portly plumber's initial rise to fame. Adding to the addictive fun of the classic game, players have to complete special red coin challenges in each level. Totally new bonus options are also available, like a calendar feature and special artwork that can be turned into stickers by using the Game Boy Printer. The new additions are great, but the real fun comes from the classic gameplay. Guide Mario through 8 worlds packed with secret Mushrooms and free lives, while avoiding Koopas and blasting Bowser with fireballs. Warp Zones, secret coin rooms, and hidden vines are tucked away behind breakable blocks, which taught gamers back in the early '80s to explore every nook and cranny of Mushroom Kingdom.