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

Dynastica blog: IGF 2011 entrants in graphs
"The indies games scene is truly vital and exciting, but also a global phenomenon. To put things in perspective we summarized the countries and regions from which all of the IGF entrants originated from."

Frictional Games: An Absolutely Horrific Sale
"Amnesia and Penumbra can both be gotten for as low as 50% the price on several online stores. The sale only lasts from October 29th through October 31st."

Tale of Tales bundle: Pay what you wish
"From now through November 2nd we are selling a bundle of three Tales of Tales games: The Path, The Graveyard, and Fatale. We are offering these games in a single bundle, and this time you can choose what you would like to pay for it. Minimum amount is 3 USD (to cover our transaction fees)."

GameSetWatch: Dodge Bullet Patterns Created By Your Own Music in Shmusicup
"In Shmusicup, you control a Hatsune Miku-like female with wings as she dodges bullet patterns generated by whatever song is playing. You can pull any MP3 from your library into the game, browsing or pausing the tracks using the music controls on the side."

Big Download: We chat with Klei Entertainment's CEO on the PC port of Shank
"So why should you get Shank for the PC and how has the game been changed, if any, for the PC platform? We got answers to those questions and even more via Klei Entertainment's CEO and Shank's co-creator Jamie Cheng."

Wolfire Games Blog: The Last of the Meebohecans
"As you may have seen on Wolfire's contact page, we run a live Meebo chat widget on our contact page to make it easier for visitors to the site to reach us. However, it is with a heavy heart that I must announce that the Meebo era has come to an end."