[Every week, IndieGames.com: The Weblog co-editor Tim W. will be summing up some of the top free-to-download and commercial indie games from the last seven days on his sister 'state of indie' weblog.]

This week on 'Best Of Indie Games', we take a look at some of the top independent PC Flash/downloadable titles released over this last week.

The delights in this edition include a new release from Shoot First developer Beau Blyth, a 3D arcade shooter with a second person view, a space-faring game about rocket landings, and a text-based adventure game from the late '90s.

Here's the highlights from the last seven days:

Game Pick: '0Space' (Beau Blyth, freeware)
"0Space is a hotseat-only multiplayer game that supports up to four players on the same PC. The objective of the game is basically to shoot everyone else and be the last one standing over a number of rounds."

Game Pick: 'Second Person Shooter Zato' (himo, browser)
"Second Person Shooter Zato is a 3D arcade shooter that presents a clever gimmick - you can only look at your surroundings from an enemy's point of view. The screen splits accordingly when there are two or more enemies in the arena, and a window will disappear automatically whenever an adversary is shot down by your laser beam or missile."

Game Pick: 'Safe Landing' (Animals Play Games, browser)
"Safe Landing is a short space-faring game about landing a rocket on a planet. You have a limited amount of fuel for the ship, and must use it to push the ship towards the white marked spot on the planet's surface."

Game Pick: 'Blood of the Chameleon' (Thomas Lipschultz, freeware)
"Blood of the Chameleon is a text-based adventure game that was first developed in 1999. You are tasked with killing the evil Chameleon, but first you must destroy four tears scattered around the land."

Game Pick: 'Tiny Wings' (Andreas Illiger, commercial indie)
"In Tiny Wings, the idea is to make your little bird soar as high as possible by dipping in and out of the hilly landscape. There are tasks to fulfil, glowing balls of sunshine to gather, and new islands to find, but if the night time catches up with you, it's all over."

Game Pick: 'Pathos' (Bit Battalion, browser)
"Pathos is a short and dark interactive story from the developers of the Pong-inspired gnop and Chaos Invaders. The game follows a boy who ignores his mother, and continue to play on his computer after hours."