This week’s Humble Weekly Sale gives you nine possible games as well as the ability to make your own. You can pay what you want for the game creation tool Multimedia Fusion 2, as well as the games Vincere Totus Astrum, the LIMBO-inspired Oddplanet, the puzzle-ish Splotches, Faerie Solitaire, MANOS: The Hands of Fate – a Mega Man-style game inspired by the the film of the same name, and Pitiri 1977 – a retro-looking puzzle-platformer with a great old TV filter effect over the screen to replicate the pre-cable days of television. Paying more than $6 gets you Knytt Underground, Really Big Sky, and NightSky- common bundle games that you’ve probably already got. OSTs are included for everything but MANOS, and like all things Humble, you can select a portion or all of your money to go to charity. DRM-wise, only Faerie Solitaire unlocks on Steam for the pay-what-you-want teir, while everything in the $6 tier unlocks on Steam, while MANOS and NightSky are also playable on Android devices.