Today's collection of independent game links includes an update on the XBLA port of Spelunky, interviews with developers Farbs and Jason Rohrer, plus a chat with Playdead's CEO Dino Patti about their upcoming XBLA release Limbo. (image source)

Charge Shot: A Talk with Jason Rohrer
"We cover a lot of ground in our 45-minute talk with Jason – we opened with Sleep is Death, discussed his upcoming Nintendo DS game Diamond Trust of London, and finally we asked him to weigh in on the great Games as Art debate."

Mersey Remakes: SYNSO:Championship Edition is now available
"It’s a five-minute score attack shinied up version of the original Squid Yes! Not So Octopus!, as usual it’s on 'pay what you want' and can be grabbed from Bagfull Of Wrong right this very second."

Sydney Morning Herald Blogs: Indie Forever
"Screen Play chats with Farbs about topics like his new life as an independent developer, where his passion for indie games comes from, the frustrations of working for a major publisher, the challenges of running a one-man studio, and games that have impressed him."

GameSetWatch: Sample Spelunky's XBLA Soundtrack
"The XBLA port of Spelunky has a new soundtrack from chiptune artist Eirik 'Phlogiston' Suhrke -- his game music credits include Darthlupi's Wonder Bounce, cactus's Ping Pong, and Bisse's I Was in the War. The Norwegian composer had posted a teaser medley of songs for Spelunky XBLA, which you can download from the official site for the game." Everybody Do the Limbo
"PlayDead's CEO Dino Patti graciously took out time from giving Limbo its final bits of polish to answer some questions about their debut XBLA release."

Ludum Dare: Ludum Dare 17 Results
"Ludum Dare 17 voting has finally ended, so let's get you some results. You can check out the top twenty games here."