Today's collection of independent game links includes GameReactor's video interviews with IGF 2010 finalists, articles about Rodain Joubert's excellent roguelike Desktop Dungeons, new releases from Rod Humble (The Marriage) and Pixeljam, plus a free soundtrack from the multiple award-winning indie studio Digital Eel. (image source)

Gamasutra: Enjoy A Coffee Break Of Victory With Desktop Dungeons
"Roguelike expert John Harris talks with designer Rodain 'Nandrew' Joubert about the buzzed-about Desktop Dungeons, its inspirations, and a little bit about goats and orcs."

LazyGamer: Local Developers Create Desktop Dungeons, Yours To Play For Free
"The game only clocks in at 34MB, and Mac users will be happy to know that there is a Mac version available for them as well."

Super Meat Boy: Why am i so... hard
"An in-depth article about difficulty in game design, and how Team Meat dealt with it in Super Meat Boy."

Gamereactor: Team Meat on Super Meat Boy (video)
"We met up with IGF finalists Team Meat, Edmund McMillen and Tommy Refenes, to talk about what inspired them to come up with Super Meat Boy, an indie title that is headed to PC, Wiiware and Xbox Live Arcade this summer."

Gamereactor: GRTV meets the Owlboy (video)
"The Norwegian indie title Owlboy was one of the nominated titles in this year's Independent Games Festival. Listen to what the team has to say about this beautiful 2D platformer..."

Rod Humble: Last thoughts of the Aurochs
"After releasing two deep and difficult games in The Marriage and Stars over Half Moon Bay, then working for so long on the ponderously long (and still unreleased) Perfect Distance, I had a desire to make something small, so small in fact it would be slight."

Adult Swim Games: Turbo Granny
"New game from Pixeljam. Drive like a maniac. An old, grumpy maniac."

GameSetWatch: Digital Eel Collects Award-Winning Music Into VooDoo Interface
"Digital Eel has released a free soundtrack collection for Dr. Blob's Organism, Weird Worlds: Return to Infinite Space, and Brainpipe: The Plunge to Unhumanity, the latter three having won the IGF's 'Excellence in Audio' awards in 2004, 2006, and 2009, respectively."