Designed to spark dialogue and create awareness of unfair U.S. immigration policies, ICED - I Can End Deportation (a play on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Department), is a free, 3D downloadable game (available at icedgame.com). It teaches players about current immigration laws on detention and deportation that affect legal permanent residents, asylum seekers, students and undocumented people by violating human rights and denying due process. Game players can choose one of five characters to inhabit and live out the day-to-day life of an immigrant youth. The youths are being chased by immigration officers, while making moral decisions and answering myth and fact questions about current immigration policies. If the player chooses or answers incorrectly, he/she increases his/her chances of being thrown into detention. Once in detention, the player endures both physical separation from his/her family and unjust conditions while awaiting — often for unknown amounts of time — the random outcome of his/her case. The game was developed for Breakthrough, an international human rights organization.