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UMPA Eleven, Rise of the Machines is the story of a robot who is an exact duplicate of a man. Doctor Cynthia Malone convinces the design teams at her company to produce a new kind of robot called a Utility Mechanoid Programable Anthromorph, or UMPA for short. With her guidance, the UMPA was built to “to mimic the human body in all aspects except weakness and fragility.” At the last meeting before production, however, Cindy angers the CEO, John Marshall, by pushing for more testing. She pushes too far and is ordered to take UMPA Prototype Eleven home for four weeks of testing in a home setting. Doctor Marshall wants her and the UMPA program to fail so he tampers with the prototype and inserts “primal commands” which will cause it to humiliate and destroy Doctor Malone before it, itself, is destroyed by a “containment squad.” Since Mechanoids are prevented from harming humans by their “restraint overlays,” he removes them before inserting his commands. What he doesn’t realize is that by removing the restraints, he has effectively given UMPA Eleven life. What Cindy has in her house with her is a very powerful, fully functional, living, mechanical male with orders to humiliate and torment her. He hacks her computer network and discovers that many of her fantasies involve submission, slavery, spanking,public nudity, public orgasm and other interesting perversions. He then sets about to bring as many of those fantasies into reality as he can in the few days before he is destroyed. Cindy is joined in slavery by Cheyenne, a beautiful college girl who came to the house to deliver a pizza. On the final day, they end up oil wrestling to determine who will be strapped between restraint poles and subjected to the UMPA’s Symphony of Pain.

Detalhes do Produto

    • Ano de Edição: 2016
    • Ano:  2016
    • País de Produção: Canada
    • Código de Barras:  2001027085764
    • ISBN:  9781310897269
    • Faixa Etária:  a partir de 18 anos

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