• Mild
  • In a Sugar Rush game, cars made out of candy and sweets crash into stuff, get hit by candy balls and throw huge sweets at each other.
  • The movie is a cartoon adventure based on video games and contains numerous slapstick scenes of characters running into things and getting hit with comical objects and video game style fighting.
  • A sequence involves Ralph entering a dark, modern "first-person shooter" game called Hero's Duty. This game contains scenes of automatic gun firing, with bullets are replaced by green bursts, and explosions. These automatic weapons are used to shoot at mindless bug creatures which explode in green goo.
  • A cyborg fighter playfully rips out a zombie's heart and then returns it to him without hurt feelings.
  • In a flashback intended as comical, a female Sergent explains how a giant bug creature burst into her wedding ceremony and devoured the groom, in one non-explicit "gulp."
  • In a slapstick scene, Sergent Calhoun repeatedly punches Fix-It Felix in the face which he heals immediately using his superpower. We see his face undergo various deformities, including black eyes, missing teeth and swollen lips and face.
  • Vanellope crashes a racing cart and spits out a tooth.
  • Ralph burns his feet in lava like boiling hot diet cola but does not show lasting pain or wounds.
  • In a nightmare sequence, a character is quickly shown fading into nothingness when a video game is unplugged.
  • Characters throughout have the threat of "dying for real" if they are killed outside their own game.
  • A character, having morphed into a bug monster, is hypnotized by a giant bug zapper and allows himself to be burnt to ash. His death is shown from a tasteful distance. By the "rules" of the movie he dies for good.