Today's collection of independent game links includes a preview of La-Mulana's music soundtrack, a review of Hello Games' Joe Danger, plus a podcast chat with Canabalt creator Adam Saltsman. (image source)

La-Mulana: The sound started to ring
"Quite some time ago, we conducted a survey about the music (for La-Mulana) and that has helped us immensely. It's still necessary to make sound adjustments for the Wii, but the songs are slowly getting done."

Super Meat Boy: Who's the Boss
"I posted the first images of C.H.A.D. the final boss in chapter 2 (The Hospital) on our Twitter page the other day and I thought I'd make a more in-depth blog post about him, and bosses in general."

Game Design Advance: Another Castle Episode 18, Adam Saltsman
"Adam Saltsman, co-founder of Semi Secret, developer behind Canabalt, and creator of Flixel, sits down to talk about his career and his different projects. We talk about how and why he got into game development as well as his thoughts on game design and the long slow process of creating Flixel."

Bagfull Of Wrong: Abuse My IP, Make Games
"All the resources to the SYNSO and War Bus games I've made to date are now available for use and abuse with only a few small caveats."

IGN: Joe Danger Review
"In a lot of ways, Joe Danger feels like it was made by Nintendo. However, it wasn't made by a giant corporation with 30 years experience making games -- it was made by just four dudes, and this is their first project together."

Big Download: Mini-Review, Love+
"Love+ is fun, polished, and best of all, available for whatever you want. The levels are laid out in such a way and polished to such perfection that it doesn't feel tired or worn whatsoever."

GameSetWatch: From Dysentery To Riches, Oregon Trail Meets Horatio Alger
"As part of a 'Literary Remix Contest' hosted at GalleyCat, GSW contributor and Octopus Motor's Sparky created this mash-up of Oregon Trail and a page from Horatio Alger's 1913 novel Joe's Luck."