30 Great Websites to Waste Time on the Internet

30 best websites to spend time on the Internet

Here is a list of the 30 best websites to spend time on the Internet

1. Sandspiel.club

Sandspiel is a falling sand game that provides a relaxing and creative place to play with elements like sand, water, plant, and fire.

2. Saltybet.com

Salty Bet allows you to place bets on live competitive events. 2 bots compete in a fighting game with user-made characters and you bet fake money on it.

3. Randomstreetview.com

Randomstreetview chooses a random spot on earth each time you refresh and shows you the google-street view of it. Spend hours planning all the trips you’ll never take.

4. Thewikigame.com

The Wiki Game is a pretty good one. The objective of the game is to start at one Wikipedia page and race against other people to a completely different Wikipedia page by clicking on links to different articles. You could definitely spend at least an hour on it.

5. Zooniverse.org

Zooniverse is a citizen science platform - help scientists while having fun with their real projects, like searching for exoplanets, or features on Mars, or many more in many fields.

6.  Mapswipe.org

With mapswipe.org, you can mark places on the map to help humanitarians and help the vulnerable.

7. erowid.org

Erowid.org- science, history, knowledge, and law about just about every drug, herb, and chemical that humans can consume. There are some fascinating and horrific experiences of stories.

8. littlealchemy.com

It’s a single-player game where you begin with four elements: Air, Earth, Water, and Fire. By pairing them with one another in every possible way, you create other elements. Evidently, there are 500+ to find.

9. rave.dj

Pick two or more songs, copy & paste their YouTube or Spotify links, and let an AI try to mash them up. You can get some surprisingly good results if you give some good effort.

10. tvtropes.org

If you want to learn about all the various cliches and stock tropes you've encountered in the media. If you're not sure where to start, pick your favorite book, movie, TV show, video game, comic book, album, or even Internet celeb. You'll be amazed to learn what cliches have names (formal or otherwise), and how often you've seen them.

11. Gameaboutsquares.com

A challenging game about squares that takes a few seconds to take off and a few hours to beat. Playable directly in the browser, including mobile.

12. Coolmathgames.com

Coolmath Games is a brain-training site, for everyone, where logic, thinking & math meets fun & games.

13. adarkroom.doublespeakgames.com

You wake up in a dark, freezing room. Stoke the flames.

14. Dontevenreply.com

Pretty much a one time read of each email conversation but still gave me some great laughs!

15. Beepboopbitcoin.com

It’s a text adventure game about bitcoin, it’s very sarcastic and very well done.

16. Shorpy.com

Search engine for pictures in the National archives. Amazing old photographs with search capabilities.

17. Nationstates.net

A MMO website where you create your own nation and run it through simulations and can interact with other nations.

18. explore.org

This site has many live cams on animals. 

19. Flashbynight.com

Use the buttons to change colors. Drench the board with a single color to win the game. 30 moves to drench the board!

20. freerice.com

You learn things while accumulating grains of rice which are then donated. The questions get harder as you get more right. It’s pretty neat.

21. aidungeon.io

It’s a story-based, text-based game where you work together with an AI to write a story. And I’m talking literally anything. Anything you can imagine, this AI will write it for you.

22. Humanbenchmark.com

Test your brain with number memory, reaction time, verbal memory, visual memory, hearing, and typing speed.

23. Actsofgord.com

Snarky stories about a guy who owns a used video game/console repair place in the late 90s.

24. Moviemistakes.com

A lot of inconsequential stuff but a lot of things so obvious you'll wonder how you ever missed them.

25. yokai.com

Interesting, odd, and terrifying stories detailing a good amount of Japanese, Chinese, and Indian folklore on oni, demons, spirits, etc.

26. Everynoise.com

If you'd like to get lost while getting to know about every/any music genre, it comes in a minimalist cloud interface.

27. iwastesomuchtime.com

No, I am not kidding. It's a site, and it's beautiful. 

28. The-editing-room.com

Abridged scripts for movies, some of the funniest stuff you'll read.

29. 16personalities.com

It gives you a quick test and then tells you in which category of personality you fall in. It's fun to have a check and given honestly, the results seem quite accurate and convincing. You can then read about your personality and have valuable insight.

30. Geacron.com

Type in any year and it'll show you the countries borders of that year and events that happened from 3000 bc to the present day.

31. Yourworldoftext.com

Your World of Text is an infinite online notepad. The most interesting thing about it to me is that there are roads people have made across it, and along the roads are things people have left behind and rumors of what's at the ends of the roads. People have also made ASCII landmarks, towns, and cities that others consistently add to along some of the roads.

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