Today, I officially find video game rating systems both adorable and ridiculous. If you've read this blog before, you might recognize the video below. It shows footage from an Android game that I created and published on both Google Play and the Amazon App Store last year. As of today, it has international age-related content ratings. I don't know why the game needs content ratings all of the sudden, but in any event, it has them now. The "adorable" and "rediculous" I mentioned above come from the regional/cultural differences between the international content ratings. For example, in Korea and Europe, the game is designated as suitable for children 7 and up, while in the US its rated T for Teen, and in Australia it is considered unsuitable for kids under 15... but, at the end of the day folks, just judge for yourself.