Today's collection of independent game links include BBC News' feature on British indie game developers, more mentions of Monaco in the press, and the results of Jay is Games' Interactive Fiction game development competition.

BBC News: Return of the British bedroom game designers
"An old British cottage industry has found itself on the comeback trail producing a more modest diet of homegrown games. And these low-budget titles are more likely to be produced by a one man team operating out of a bedroom than a high-tech development lab."

Zombie Cow Studios: New News Press Release Released
"Press Release Inc. have announced the release of their new Press Release format which is available immediately for anyone who wants to release something to the press."

Bytejacker: IGF Finalist Monaco First Look
"Monaco has been getting a lot of attention lately. We've got a first look at the team-based heist game, which is bound to be your co-op obsession of 2010."

Andy Schatz: Monaco Level Editor First Look (video)
"A first look at an early build of the level editor for Monaco. In it, I build a level based on the actual floor plans of the Moscone Center in San Francisco, where GDC and the IGF awards ceremony are held."

CO-OP: Sooo Indie (video)
"One of the games up for the highest award in the Independent Games Festival is Monaco, a hugely innovative heist-movie-in-a-game that somehow manages to be retro and modern all at the same time."

Jay is Games: And the winner is
"A very special Casual Gameplay Design Competition comes to a close, one dedicated to the realm of interactive fiction. Here we honor all of the games that were entered, as well as award a few prizes, too."

Team Meat: Super Meat Boy comics
"Dropping off 10,000 Super Meat Boy comics to GDC... we somehow got all that to fit into the back of my mom's car. All attendees who pick up tote bags will get one."