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B): Intended for preschool level and younger children between the ages of 1 and 4. Content should be free of any coarse language, violence, adult themes, and ideas very young children cannot comprehend.
K): Intended for general audience 5 years and older. Content should be free of any coarse language, violence, and adult themes
K+): Suitable for more mature childen, 9 years and older, with minor action violence without serious injury. May contain mild coarse language. Should not contain any adult themes.
T): Suitable for teens, 13 years and older, with some violence, minor coarse language, and minor suggestive adult themes.
M): Not suitable for children or teens below the age of 16 with possible strong but non-explicit adult themes, references to violence, and strong coarse language.
MA): Content is only suitable for mature adults. May contain explicit language and adult themes.
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