I can vouch for inspirobot. It's kind of mindblowing when it generates something actually inspiring too.
You heard it here first, folks. All Pisces are Sodomites, and the blood of their Sodomy will pour down upon them when they open an umbrella.
holy crap I remember my in 5th Grade my music teacher showed us Incredibox for the first time.
Speaking of time wasters, there's Fallen London, where you read stuff, making choices that increase stats and unlock new choices. It is pretty big from what I know, and the setting is unique. I believe the system they made it with was once usable by anyone, so people could make their own versions, but that wasn't successful.
I bring it up because they also have a game (that still has very similar reading, but also some exploration) called Sunless Sea. It's the same unique setting. It is being given away for free on Epic Games Store (so grab it if you aren't one of the haters and/or already have the game).
The constant shakedowns for microtransactions really turned me off Fallen London. Like, I get the whole thing was a proof of concept to make actual games, but it makes for a really grating experience in the actual minute-to-minute gameplay.
Sunless Sea is great, however.
I need to see these logistics for........research purposes.