The Last Tinker: City of Colors now has a PC release date

Out on PS4 in the summer. Xbox One version in the works.

Platformer The Last Tinker: City of Colors launches on PC, Mac and Linux via Steam on 12th May.

The Steam product page is now live. There it costs 14.99 / €19.99.

The Last Tinker, developed by Mimimi and built on the Unity game engine, is inspired by the likes of Zelda and Banjo Kazooie. In it Koru, a young boy, battles the Bleakness, which is trying to wipe out joy. Koru uses colour and emotion to restore life to Colourtown.

A PlayStation 4 version will be released in the summer. An Xbox One version is also in the works, although it doesn't have a release window yet.

New trailer is below.

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