In this review, the structural parameters of almost 30 isomers of heterobinuclear Pt-M (M=Sn, Tl, Cu, Ag, Ti, W, Cr, Fe, Co, Ni, Mn, Pd, or Rh) complexes are summarized and analyzed. There are three types of isomers: distortion (by far the prevailing type), polymerization, and mixed isomers. On the basis of Pt-M distance, there are two groups of complexes: one in which the Pt-M bond distances are <3.0 Å (M=Sn, Tl, W, Cr, Mn, Ni, or Pd) and the other one in which the Pt-M separations are >3.0 Å (M=Cu, Ag, Ti, W, Fe, Co, or Rh). Platinum atoms exist in two oxidation states: +2 and +4. The former by far prevails with a square-planar arrangement with varying degrees of distortion. The Pt(IV) atoms are six-coordinated. The inner coordination spheres about M atoms range from two-coordinated (AgNCl) to sandwiched (FeC 10 ). There is wide variety of donor atoms (ligands) (H, OL, NL, CL, BL, Cl, SL, PL, Br, or I) that build up the respective inner coordination spheres about central metal atoms.