I sometimes think that Humble Bundles do more for Mac gaming than Apple does. Case in point: the latest Humble Indie Bundle features 6 games, only two of which had Mac versions before today.
The pay what you want games included are:
- Guacamelee! Gold Edition, a 2D metroidvania brawler with a hearty upgrade system
- Dust: An Elysian Tale, a sort of action RPG with a battle system that’s a great deal of fun
- Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams, a puzzle platformer that lets you flip between different worlds
- The Swapper, a puzzle platformer revolving around making clones of yourself
The slightly more expensive (beat the average) games included are:
- Antichamber – a first-person puzzle game where you must leave your preconceptions about first-person games at the door
- Monaco, a heist game that’s probably best suited to co-op
With the exception of Giana Sisters, which will have a Mac version released later in the year, all the games have Mac (and Linux) versions included (although Antichamber is still showing up on Steam as Windows only as of this post).