From The Guardian write up:
Casting you as a border guard for a fictitious eastern European republic, your job is to decide whether a succession of would-be immigrants have the right paperwork to get through. Presented in charming 8-bit style, it’s all good fun to start with, but the longer you play, the more the pleading of those you should be detaining or turning away starts to worry at you, especially when failure to meet daily quotas means the decline and eventual death of family members when you can’t afford food, heating and medicine. A game that makes you feel truly guilty.
Training software for new Immigration Officers? Available for PC and Mac.