So. Still doing graphics, but a thought came to me. In the Interactive Tablet game I'm making in IG Maker. I'm going to be having a Maturity Lock [basically a system setting that takes any scenes, depictions, or areas that'd be considered mature, and locks it. Sure in the readable version of game [the Rule Book / (Player / DM) Manual there'll be the written rules, rolls, and various stats / stuff. But the ability to load that into an Item Sheet, or access the visual components will be locked. And I was thinking of adding a Partial Maturity Lock [since what's deemed inappropriate / isn't liked by some is alright for others] [Partial Maturity Lock will lock up to three of the following [sex, Drugs, Gore / Blood]. Now should I also add in an Age Lock as well so that players have to input their age before unlocking the Partial / Full Maturity Lock? And they'd have to do that each new game. Or should I just keep the Full Lock on as default, and [with the help of an easily findable disclaimer] trust people to not mess with the maturity filter unless they wish to have access to it? [As for replacing the images. I'll have a more family friendly[ish] replacement for items / scenes depicting those things, and for places where it'd be gained. Have either it not - exist, or replace the items with something of a less explicit manner [since as a player. Blacked out scenes annoy me to no end.]. Since not every Role Player is going to get blitzed on Elfish Moonshine [made with distilied and luquified moon light], or what have you.] Also should I just incase, have the user have the option to switch between mature, and SFW things?