Today's collection of independent game links includes more competition announcements, a couple of game development updates, and the usual interviews with indie game developers from around the 'net. (image source)

The Journey Down: Over the Edge
"The Journey Down (pictured) is a classical point and click adventure game that has been a project of mine for over four years. I am aiming for a release of chapter one, Over the Edge, some time late August."

xnPlay: 5 Recommendations For Today
"I figured I’d punt a few titles under your noses that you really should take a look at. Each and every one of these games comes with the xnPlay Recommended seal of approval."

MochiLand: Announcing The Mochi 'Made For Mobile' Contest With Adobe
"Create games for the Android mobile platform that run in Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for a chance to win, with more than $15,000 in cash prizes up for grabs."

Kongregate: Mobile Flash Game Contest with Adobe Flash
"Adobe and Kongregate are working together to bring you the Mobile Flash Game Contest with Adobe Flash, which we're giving away nearly $30,000 in prizes."

Oxeye Game Studio: The Dubai Grand Prix Scandal
"During the No More Sweden 2010 event we created a 48-hour game called The Dubai Grand Prix Scandal. It’s a game intended for two people using two game pads, but we’ve added keyboard support as well."

GameSetWatch: New, Improved iPhone Edition Of Kenta Cho's rRootage Released
"If you're a fan of indie game designer Kenta Cho and his shoot'em ups, run out (or pick up your iPhone) and grab rRootage Online from the App Store, a new, improved and free adaptation of 2003 PC shmup rRootage, ported by Miko Wohlgemuth."

Gamasutra: Get Risky On Digital Download
"Speaking at Develop 2010, Hello Games' Sean Murray suggested that the most successful games on digital download are those that are self-published, and that Joe Danger -- which sold 50,000 units week one on PSN -- helps add proof."