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)

Gamasutra: Top 10 Indie Games
"So there you have it -- 2010 has come and gone, and with it a whole host of incredible indie gaming titles that have put the indie scene firmly on the map. Choosing just ten from this year was quite the challenge."

Rock, Paper, Shotgun: The Other Indie Philanthropy Bundle
"Rob ‘Oddbob‘ Fearon is known for consistently spreading cheer and ingenuity amongst the UK indie community, which is why it’s just awful to hear that he’s been hospitalised from pneumonia. They’re super-grateful to anyone who fancies throwing a little or a lot their way for his Bundle Of Wrong collection."

Indie Superstar: Canabalt 2 Player Details
"Adam Saltsman: he’s got adrenaline gaming covered from left to right in Canabalt and top to bottom in Gravity Hook HD. Adam goes all burlesque in this feature, carefully teasing tidbits about a new iPad port, the incredibly handsome voice talent behind Canabalt, and details behind the 2 Player something-quel."

Gamasutra: SteamBirds Wins Grand Prize At IndiePub's Mobile Games Competition
"Zoo Entertainment's online independent gaming community IndiePub announced the results of its Mobile Games Competition, choosing the Android version of Steambirds as the Grand Prize winner for its overall presentation, mechanics and gameplay."

thatgamecompany: Kellee Talks about the Flower Design Process
"This is a talk that Jenova, Nick Clark, and myself have done at a number of different conferences. I take the audience through our general design philosophy, then demo a number of the prototypes we developed as we searched for the final 'Flower' experience."

1UP: Journey Preview
"Journey is an online multiplayer game that doesn't have to be played online and doesn't fit into any traditional online genre. We talk with thatgamecompany creative director Jenova Chen about how Journey is the first multiplayer game 'designed for humans,' among other things."

Santa Cruz News: The Santa Cruz Video Game Revolution
"Gaijin Games has an actual office, a workplace that doesn’t double as anybody’s home. It was founded by Alex Neuse, a self-described industry veteran who also serves as the company’s CEO. This year it increased its workforce by a third -- making for a grand total of four."

2D Boy: World of Goo for iPad Now Available
"World of Goo for iPad is out, an you can find it now in the App Store. All the little Goo Balls are excited to stream through the internet into their new GooPad homes."

Gamasutra: Spotty Results For XBL Indie Games Winter Uprising Promotion
"Of the Uprising titles release so far, Boyd told Edge that Eyehook's Epic Dungeon has performed the best, with 6,000 sales in 10 days. Other Uprising games have not fared so well, Boyd said, with about 400 sales for Break Limit, and even fewer for titles such as Asteroids Do Concern Me and Ubergridder."

Gamasutra: Crossfire 2 On XBLIG, Determining Fate Of Future Radiangames Releases
"Luke Schneider says that Crossfire 2's performance will influence his plans for 2011, noting that sales for his last XBLIG release, Fireball, were disappointing due to factors like the downloadable platform's recent rating changes."