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)

Experimental Gameplay: Neverending Roundup
"While the month has yet to end we’re already seeing a ton of great games. 43 and counting so far."

Touch Arcade: UFO on Tape Review
"We're telling you now, screenshots do not do this game justice, so get out and grab UFO on Tape pronto if this review has even piqued your interest in the slightest."

Good Game: Minecraft (video)
"This game is taking over the world, and it's not even in Beta yet. The creation of Markus 'Notch' Persson, Minecraft is still in Alpha, but it's already fully-playable. Minecraft is a world of infinite possibilty, and unlimited addiction." Igneous Student Postmortem
"We started with a blank computer screen and slowly built Igneous from scratch over a period 16 months. We laughed, we argued, and we ate at more buffets than most people do in a lifetime."

Joystiq: The Path honored with awards in Spain, goes half price to celebrate
"The Path has been honored with two awards at Bilbao, Spain's hóPLAY International Video Game Festival, picking up a tidy sum of €12,000 ($16,000) in prize money. To celebrate, the company is putting the game on sale, and you can pick up a digital copy right now for just $4.99."

Charlie's Games: Scoregasm Pre-Order Expo Special Offer
"From now until Wednesday 6th October, you can save up to 50% on a pre-order of Scoregasm and get Irukandji for free."

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: Apox Interview
"The unusual-looking post-apocalyptic RTS Apox has just entered beta. Having caught our attention with its fancy maps, flamethrowers, and promises of 32-player matches, we thought it might be a good idea to have a chat with the people making it."

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: Recettear Profits
"We hear that marvellous profiteering/dungeoneering hybrid Recettear has sold a whole bunch, giving the folk at translator/co-developers Carpe Fulgur enough money in the bank to make this kind of thing their actual jobs."

Semi Secret: Tuning Canabalt
"This article is a technical summary of the curves, ratios and dimensions in the Flash version of Canabalt. Reader beware - it contains spoilers and lots of numbers."