Immunotherapy is currently the most advanced anti-tumor treatment approach. The efficacy of anti-tumor immunotherapy is closely related to the tumor immune microenvironment, including immune cells, infiltration of immune factors, and expression of immune checkpoints. At present, the biomarkers for predicting the efficacy of colon cancer immunotherapy do not cover all colon cancer patients suitable for immunotherapy. In this study, TCGA database was used to identify tumor genotypes suitable for anti-tumor immunotherapy. We found that some of the MSS/pMMR populations, that were initially considered unsuitable for immunotherapy, might actually be suitable. In APC-wt/MSS colon cancer, the expression of PD-1, PD-L1, CTLA4 and CYT（GZMA and PRF1）were increased. Based on calculations done by ESTIMATE and CIBERSORT algorithms, the ImmunoScore and the proportion of CT8+ T cell infiltration is increased in these patients. Enrichment analysis was done to screen signaling pathways involved in immune response, extracellular matrix, and cell adhesion. Tumors from 42 colon cancer patients, including 22 APC-mt/MSS and 20 APC-wt/MSS, were immunohistochemically evaluated for expression of CD8 and PD-L1. And APC-wt/MSS tumors showed significantly higher expression of CD8 and PD-L1 than APC-mt/MSS tumor. Based on the results, we found that some colon cancers of APC-wt/MSS are classified by Tumor Immune Microenvironment types (TIMTs) TMIT I. So that we speculate that APC-wt/MSS colon cancer patients could benefit from anti-tumor immunotherapy.