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Ratings Certificates

Discussion in 'Windows' started by SteveJ, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. SteveJ

    SteveJ

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    Has anyone been through the process of applying ratings and certificates to their games for Windows Store?

    My game was rejected with the following message:

    As someone who has only ever released games on iOS, this is all a bit new and seems very complicated. Is there any sort of silver bullet to get this stuff sorted out?
     
  2. stephan7

    stephan7

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    I guess it works for Windows Store apps similar as for Windows Phone apps.
    For WP8 I used the documentation here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windowsphone/help/jj206734(v=vs.105).aspx

    In Microsoft's documentation there are links where you can fill out some online forms. You have to answer some questions about your game. After submitting the data you will immediately receive the certificates and you can add it in MS Dev Center.

    If I remember correctly for my Windows Phone game I obtained a PEGI, an ESBR and a self-determined DJCTQ rating this way.

    Stephan
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  3. TMK

    TMK

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    You can use this site for PEGI ratings (which also cover Brazil if I recall):

    http://apps.pegi.eu/Games/Submit

    You get the rating immediately, so it's very quick and easy.