The PC gaming scene has a distinct lack of 3D platformers to call its own. Now, it’s got a very vibrant one in the form of The Last Tinker: City of Colors. Inspired by 3D platforming classics like Jak and Daxter and Banjo-Kazooie, The Last Tinker places you in the role of Koru. He’s a humble young lad out to destroy the Blackness – an evil force out to stamp out happiness. Your job is to restore the color of Colortown and bring joy back to its citizens. Two versions of the game were released – a basic game for $20, and a Deluxe Edition for $22. Our review of the game is here, and it seems like the game is a must-play for those who either grew up loving or still have an affinity for 3D platformers.