Today's collection of independent game links includes a commercial venture reveal for Desktop Dungeons, a couple of competition announcements, plus more updates on little-known indie games around the 'net. (image source)

Desktop Dungeons: Meaningful unlocks
"One of the things that people tend to harp on with Desktop Dungeons is the unlock hierarchy. We’re looking at enhancing and guiding it a little further in the upcoming commercial version."

GameSetWatch: Word Search/RTS Hybrid Found On XBLIG
"Spell Find combines the approachable word search formula with fantasy combat. The game includes nearly 30 spells like Wizard, Mimic, Vampire, and Seduce, all acted out with ASCII graphics."

B.U.T.T.O.N.: Brutally Unfair Tactics Totally OK Now
"B.U.T.T.O.N. (a crazy four-player party game for PC and XBox 360) has a new trailer and website, check it out."

Armless Octopus: Interview with Extend Studio, second place winner of Dream-Build-Play 2010 for A.R.E.S.
"The team is currently tightening all the screws on the PC version and aims to have it ready for sale at the end of the next month."

TIGSource: A Game By Its Cover
"A game development competition based on how people's work inspires others to think in new and wonderful ways. The idea is to take some fake box art that someone else did and realize that game."

Game Jolt: Official 5th Contest
"We're pleased to announce to you that Game Jolt's fifth official contest will begin this July 1st and finish up on the midnight of July 8."

Bytejacker: Unnamed (but awesome) indie game has you in two places at once
"A dude by the name of Michael Fruendt has posted a couple videos online of a Flash game he’s working on, and its primary mechanical hook is something that hasn’t really been seen before. It’s a little hard to describe but is pretty self-explanatory in motion."