Australia's Censorship Classification Board wants to rate games released on iPhone and other mobile devices. iTnews reports that Donald McDonald (really?), director of the OFLC, sent a letter to the "commonwealth censorship minister" (really, really?!) that he's concerned games offered on mobile devices aren't being submitted to the classification board.

Let's just try to ignore that the task of classifying all the games released on the App Store would be overwhelming -- but, bless the OFLC for trying. The US's ESRB is also currently trying to get mobile games under its purview, however, the difference is that the ESRB accepts that games can be for adults.

[Via Edge]

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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