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)

metablog: N Arcade: Special Edition
"These past two weeks were spent testing out all of our hard work by applying it to the very first exciting incarnation of the new 'N v2' codebase: N Arcade."

Infinite Ammo: Podcast 2, Edmund McMillen
"Edmund is on the verge of releasing Super Meat Boy, a larger game project that he’s been working on for some time now. In this episode we talk about motivation, depression, jealousy and maybe even some happy things as well."

TotalActionAdventure.com: The One With All The Meat
"This week we are joined by Edmund Mcmillen and Tommy Refenes of Team Meat, the guys behind the upcoming XBLA release Super Meat Boy. Even if your wife goes into labour, your house gets set on fire and a robber breaks in all at the same time, these are still not valid reasons not to listen. Trust us on this."

Gamasutra: New York Indie Arcade Babycastles Gets Fundraiser Support
"New York City indie video game arcade Babycastles is getting financial support from consumer gaming network IGN, which will match donations to the non-profit establishment dollar for dollar."

Gamasutra: Unity 3 Launches With '100-Plus' New Features
"The increasingly popular Unity 3D development platform makes its third version today. The five year-old Unity engine has benefited enormously in recent years from the explosive growth in browser, social, mobile and online game development."

Easy Money: Fantastic Arcade
"Every game I played at Fantastic Arcade was really good. The common thread among all the games, whether presented in art style, gameplay or sound, was that they made you wonder why the games were made they way they were."

8 Bit Horse: Xbox Live Indie Games Week
"Each day this week we will be playing a recently-released Xbox Live Indie Game and writing up a full overview. These will all be games that are well worth experiencing for yourselves."