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)

Indie Fund: Some Thoughts about our Submission Process
"We’d like to share some things we’ve learned about what made some submissions stand out and others blend in. Hopefully this extends to other submissions you’ll do in the future, not just for Indie Fund."

Gamasutra: IGN Provides Free Office Space To Indies With New 'Open House' Program
"IGN Entertainment says it'll begin offering San Francisco office space to indie game developers for free, hoping new talent can benefit from a collaborative workspace, access to its games media arm and potential relationships with its Direct2Drive PC/Mac digital game distribution network."

Frictional Games: One week after the release of Amnesia
"On almost all fronts, we area extremely pleased with this release. It has in many ways exceeded our expectations and it makes all the hard work, pay cuts, etc. worth it in the end."

Arcen Games: Love AI War or Tidalis? We could really use your help...
"To put it bluntly and briefly, at present we're only bringing in about one half of the minimum money we need to survive as a company, and that's quickly eating through the rainy day money that we'd set aside. At this rate, if sales don't pick up then we run out of money sometime in November."

TIGSource: The Eres Report No. 2
"The second in a series of weekly features where we’ll be covering ten notable releases and newly posted games in production of the past week."

The Word of Notch: Three man strong
"As of today, Mojang Specifications is three men strong -- me, the other secret guy with the game idea we’re going to make, and Daniel Kaplan. Daniel will be in charge of the business side of things, and will help organize actually getting this company started."