A new computer game about illegal immigration has some wondering if it's educational, or just dangerous.
It is called ICED, which stands for "I Can End Deportation." The goal is to run away from federal agents before you're thrown in jail.
Supporters say it helps people understand what life is like for illegals. But critics say it trivializes the issues and is based on breaking the law.
"I personally would not endorse the game for the fact that Americans would like to see our laws not broken" Karan Kler, an immigration attorney, said.
The creator calls the game educational because he says it teaches illegal immigrants how to avoid being deported.