- : Aimed at young audiences / All ages may play / Exempt / Not rated / No applicable rating.
- : Parental guidance is suggested.
- : Not recommended for a younger audience but not restricted.
- : Restricted to an older audience unless accompanied by an adult.
- : Restricted exclusively to an older audience / Banned.
|App Store (iOS)||N/A||4+||9+||12+||17+||No Rating||Ratings are required for applications to be released or sold on the App Store.|
|Argentina||ATP||+13||+16||+18||N/A||Adopted on 15 October 2005. Rating systems are also used for television and motion pictures. No games distributed in Argentina have used this rating yet, as the majority of the games available for sale are imported.|
|Australia||G||M||R18+||The restricted categories are MA15+ and R18+, the latter was introduced at the start of 2013.|
|Brazil||L||10||12||14||16||18||N/A||The same rating system is used for television and motion pictures in Brazil.|
|E10+||T||AO||This was adopted in 1994 in the United States, most of Canada, and Mexico. The E10+ rating was first used in early 2005. Games rated RP (Rating Pending) do not yet have a rating.|
|Germany||USK 0||USK 6||USK 12||USK 12||USK 16||USK 18||BPjM restricted||10-year-olds are legally permitted to purchase 12-rated games, but only with parental permission.|
|Iran||N/A||+3||+7||+12||+15||+18||N/A||Some games are forbidden. Games with intense violence, strong sexual content or nudity are prohibited.|
|Japan||A||B||C||D||Z||These ratings have been used since March 1, 2006. The Z rating is the only rating that is legally restricted.|
|New Zealand||PG||R18||Games with an unrestricted label in Australia can carry Australian classification labels, but New Zealand labels are required if the game is restricted (MA15+) in Australia or is classified RC.|
|N/A||3||7||12||16||18||N/A||Legal enforcement depends on the jurisdiction.|
|Portugal||N/A||4||6||12||16||18||N/A||Portugal uses a modified version of PEGI.|
|Russia||0+||6+||12+||16+||18+||N/A||These ratings have been used since 1 September 2012. The same rating system is used for television, motion pictures, and publications in Russia.|
|Singapore||M18||N/A||Adopted on 28 April 2008.|
|South Korea||ALL||12||15||18||N/A||Before 2006, video games released in South Korea were rated by KMRB.|
|N/A||3DS video games released in Taiwan carry a mandatory age restriction of 6 years or more.|