The 4th Wall is different from most games. The setting is some sort of electronic grid that is surrounded by television static. You walk around and crazy things start to happen. The game has many moments that will freak players out, and the game will rarely let you sit back and relax from an event that had just happened to you. It is an overall strange game. I do not want to spoil any more of what the game has to offer. You can find the game for free, or you can download a demo of a newer version of the game. The game does have a new version that will cost players a dollar. ($1) Even though it is not really free, the game is worth the $1 investment.