Today's collection of independent game links includes more game previews, a couple of development updates, and the usual indie-related oddities from around the 'net. (image source)

YoYo Games Glog: Game Maker for Mac… is go
"This is our first release on the Mac, it is the Pro version of Game Maker 7 adapted for the Macintosh environment and contains almost all the feature of Game Maker 7 and more."

Dejobaan Games: An Indie Census for 2010
"For an article we're doing at Indie Superstar, I've written up a really informal indie game developer census. My goal here is, as always, to spread the word about indie games by allowing gamers a peek into how we all work. We'll write the results up as an Indie Superstar blog post (data to be presented in amalgam)."

Amanita Design Blog: Machinarium Pirate Amnesty Extended, Stats Revealed
"The sale has gone so well that we have decided to extend it for a few more days and also reveal some stats. You can pick up Machinarium (pictured) for just $5 until Monday Aug 16th."

Gamasutra: ACE Team Spams Us With Python-Inspired Rock of Ages
"Chilean team Ace Team talks to Gamasutra about their history, acclaimed IGF-nominated first-person action title Zeno Clash, and their unique new Python-y Atlus-published digital title, Rock of Ages."

Broken Rules: The penguin has landed
"Last Friday we shot out And Yet It Moves for Linux. Our company penguin-lover Webs has done a tremendous porting job, and we've always wanted to support all three major operating systems."

Braid: A Movement Piece
"The Chaparral High School Alumni Theatre’s production of Braid: A Movement Piece during the summer of 2010. Using a unique combination of content movement and contact improvisation dance techniques, Braid follows the story of young scientist Tim on his quest to find a Princess."

OneMrBean: Two Albums For The Price of None
"I've gotten requests for mp3s of the music from my recent Flash games, How My Grandfather Won The War and [Together]. I decided to do a little more than just loop the songs a couple times, incorporating a little post-production and even doing a few new recordings for [Together]'s album. However, the best news of all is that both albums are free to download."

FingerGaming: So Long, Oregon! A Worthy Follow-Up to Enviro-Bear 2010
"Captain Games, creator of the unimpeachable bear-driving-a-car simulator Enviro-Bear 2010, has released its latest bit of retro-inspired insanity, So Long, Oregon!, as a universal app for the iPhone and iPad."