This week's Humble Weekly Bundle features adventure games, most of which run on Mac and Windows, some Linux too.

If adventure games are your bag and you're looking for a great deal, get on over to the Humble Weekly Bundle. It's a name-your-own price deal on four adventure games including Syberia, Stacking, The Novelist and Secret Files: Tunguska. All of them except for the last one are available for Mac, too. What's more, if you pay more than the average cheapskate, you'll get three additional games, and if you pay $8 or more, you'll get two more!

The Humble Bundle is a long-running name your own price special that enables you to get great games for pennies each. What's more, each bundle sold benefits non-profit organizations. This week's deal goes to support DirectRelief, a medical relief organization that distributes prescription meds in all 50 U.S. states, along with The Wikimedia Foundation, which supports Wikipedia and other projects.

Not only do you pay what you want, but you can also tell the Humble Bundle where the money should go: set amounts to the developers, to the charities, and if you're feeling generous, to the Humble folks themselves.

Here's a list of all the games in this week's bundle, if you pay at least $8:

  • Secret Files: Tunguska: Exploring the great Tunguska, Siberia explosion of 1908.
  • Stacking: From Broken Age makers Double Fine, an adventure game featuring living Russian stacking dolls.
  • Syberia: A globe-spanning adventure in which you go off in search of Hans, a genius inventor.
  • The Novelist: A game about life, family and the choices we make. An innovative adventure game focusing on a novelist who must create the most important book of his career.
  • The Night of the Rabbit Premium Edition: A beautiful adventure game from the makers of Deponia; follow a white rabbit to Mousewood, a land where magical critters can speak.
  • Broken Sword 5 — The Serpent's Curse: Join an American adventurer and French journalist as they follow the trail of a stolen painting and a murderous conspiracy.
  • Always Sometime Monsters — A story with an old-school bitmap look and feel that focuses on relationships and emotional bonds instead of traditional combat.
  • The Raven — Legacy of a Master Thief — a crime adventure told in three chapters, from the makers of The Book of Unwritten Tales.
  • Blackwell Epiphany — a murder mystery featuring a spiritual medium and her spirit guide.

Only two titles in this week's collection aren't Mac-compatible: Secret Files: Tunguska and Blackwell Epiphany. Otherwise it's a clean sweep for Mac users, and there are plenty of goodies for Linux enthusiasts, if this is the year of putting Linux on your desktop.

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