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The Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) is a statutory classification body which provides day to day administrative support for the Classification Board which classified films, computer games and publications in Australia, and the Classification Review Board which reviews films, computer games and publications when a valid application has been made.

Film and Video Game Ratings Edit

OFLC small G OFLC large G

G (General) – These films and computer games are for general viewing. However, G does not conclusively mean a children’s film or game because many of these productions contain content that would be of no interest to children.

The content is very mild.



OFLC small PG OFLC large PG

PG (Parental Guidance) – These films and computer games contain material that a parent might need to explain to younger children.

The content is mild.



OFLC small M OFLC large M

M (Mature) – These films and computer games contain material that requires a mature perspective.

The content is moderate.


OFLC small MA15- OFLC large MA15-

MA15+ (Mature Accompanied) – People under 15 must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the duration of the film in the cinema. Parental permission to see an MA15+ film is not sufficient. People under 15 are not permitted to hire or buy films or computer games classified MA15+.

The content is strong.

Previous Video Game Ratings Edit

These ratings are still shown on some older video games that are still on sale in Australia

OFCL Australia Rating - G GGeneral : The G classification is for a general audience.
OFCL Australia Rating - G8- G8+General for children over 8 years of age: Material classified G8+ may contain material which some children find confusing or upsetting, and may require the guidance of parents or guardians. It is not recommended for viewing by persons under 8 without guidance from parents or guardians.
OFCL Australia Rating - M15- M15+Mature: Material classified M15+ is not recommended for persons under 15 years of age. There are no legal restrictions on access.
OFCL Australia Rating - MA15- MA15+Mature Restricted: Material classified MA15+ is considered unsuitable for persons under 15 years of age. It is a legally restricted category. If your children are under 15 they cannot buy or hire an MA15+ computer game unless accompanied by a parent or adult guardian.

See AlsoEdit

  • CERO, the Japanese computer and video game rating system
  • ESRB, the United States and Canadian computer and video game rating system
  • ELSPA, the former British computer and video game rating system, replaced by the PEGI ratings.
  • PEGI, the European computer and video game rating system

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