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

hermitgames: Leave Home Sale
"Leave Home is on sale at a discounted price of 80 MS Points (normally 240) on XBLIG for the next three months. The PC version has been reduced to $3 (normally $5) for the same period as well."

BostInnovation: Fifteen Minutes with Ichiro Lambe, Founder of Dejobaan Games
"Ichiro Lambe, the leader of local indie developer Dejobaan Games, discusses about their forthcoming release - the “music game” currently known as ooo! ooO! oOO! OOO!"

Indie Superstar: Alex Bruce, Rich Grillotti, and Rudolf Kremers
"Rich Grillotti (PixelJam), Rudolf Kremers (Eufloria, StarLit), and one-man show Alex Bruce from Melbourne, Australia are our guests for this edition of Indie Water Cooler."

GameCareerGuide.com: Experimental Games Can Get You Jobs
"If you look at the Independent Games Festival you’ll see that a large percentage of the games in the Student Showcase are non-traditional, making the best of what resources they have, and striving for something innovative. Developers appreciate new ideas, even if they can’t always implement them into their own games."

GameSetWatch: Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall Talks About His Privates
"We caught up with Zombie Cow's Dan Marshall to discuss the controversy surrounding Privates, how the arrangement with Channel 4 came about, and what the future holds for Ben and Dan."

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: Minecraft Revisited
"It’s been over a year since I first ranted about Minecraft, the epic blocky building game by Markus 'Notch' Persson. There’s much to catch up on, so join me below decks and we’ll explore the niche this game is carving out for itself."

1UP's Game Music Blog: Machinarium on the High Seas of Pirate Amnesty
"Amanita Design held a Pirate Amnesty sale in hopes of raising the overall percentage of authorized downloads for Machinarium. Floex has written a special high seas tune for the occasion, and joins us for a talk on the subject of the music score to Amanita's robot odyssey."

Tomorrow Corporation: New Game and Other Shocking Updates
"We finally managed to sneak out of our work cave to put together some updates. Fire and smoke and screaming have been billowing out of our R&D department for months. The new game is something called 'Little Inferno'. More info soon."