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Cosmo Girl Games: Try the Cosmo twist on classics like Sudoku and Mahjongg, or take a fun quiz.

Figment: Created by former staff members of The New Yorker, Figment gives teenagers a chance to show what they’re reading and writing.

Gothic Beauty: Gothic Beauty covers numerous aspects of underground culture including fashion, music, events and various forms of entertainment.

Libertarian Rock: Helps and promotes activists who peacefully and legally fight back against unjust laws (such as teen curfews) and harassment by politicians and government workers

Miniclip Games: Dozens of games from sports to puzzles to multiplayer games and more.

National Geographic Games: Puzzles, quizzes and more with your favorite animals, places and other fun stuff.

Pandora: Get 30 free hours of internet radio every month.  Create your own stations based on your favorite artists and songs.

Pop Cap Games: Some of your favorites like Bejeweled and Plants vs. Zombies.

Rookie Mag: Rookie is a website for teenage girls. With monthly-themed content, they update three times a day, five days a week, and are happy to offer you millions of bad puns.

Shockwave: Jigsaws, strategy games and more.

Sudoku: Exercise your brain with this number game.

Sloppy Noodle: Christian teen magazine with advice and articles on relationships, sex, dating, God, evolution, entertainment, more.

TeenNick: If you’re a fan of Nickelodeon…

Twenty Questions: Where you play against a computer that learns from users’ answers.

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