Category: SINtendo September

It’s a SIN if you don’t save your screen

SINtendo Screen SaveHER by Kris P. Kreme

Planning to enjoy a day doing nothing, Noah’s on the couch in front of his dad’s new big screen. An insistent call from his gaming friend Eric changes everything. A strange link Eric gives Noah to enter on the browser of the smart TV unleashes a colorful screensaver he can’t get rid of, even unplugging …

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Calling them is a SIN

SINtendo Talker Closoff by Kris P. Kreme

When Caroline Turner found Jonathan, the conservative senator’s son she is supposed to be babysitting and keeping out of trouble playing a perverse SINtendo game, she was angry. But after calling and speaking to a SINtendo gaming complaint line operator, one who happens to just be volunteering some of his time, she may end up …

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SINtendo can bring things together

SINtendo Do Your Date by Kris P. Kreme

When a quirky college couple come across SINtendo Do Your Date, one may win more than they imagined; the other may lose everything, loving every second of it. Duke and Ashley love to tease and taunt each other, never at a loss for innuendo, but when Duke comes across an obscure game on the most …

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It doesn’t pay to cheat with SINtendo

SINtendo Cheat Zone by Kris P. Kreme

Mark is a quiet college kid who bets on video games, not unlike his dad Tim betting on sports. Unfortunately Mark lost a lot after starting college and before he returns this fall, he needs an advantage to recover his losses. Finding SINtendo Cheat Zone, a phone application that promises to make cheating possible in …

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It’s hard to find flaws in SINtendo

SINtendo Character Flaws by Kris P. Kreme

When Jack tries to give his buddy Jessie a once in a lifetime birthday gift, more than the tables may be turned. Jessie Cox was always that jock who spent more time focusing on getting laid than getting a decent attitude. At best, Jack and the others put up with his misogynist attitude and fantasies …

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Some say that SINtendo is being stupid

SINtendo Stupid by Kris P. Kreme

Alex is a decent guy, not interested in actually using the free download link to a SINtendo game of his choice he found on the internet. His older pal Tate thinks it would be stupid not to try it, especially considering Alex’s girlfriend Megan is a frigid manipulative bitch. Alex would never do that though… …

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Some SINs are a blast from the past

SINs of the Past by Kris P. Kreme

Melinda hopes to put a stop to her son’s troublesome ways after he was suspended just weeks into his senior year. Jason’s prank clearly demonstrated that he needs challenges to focus his mind, something wholesome and innocent. So Melinda found what she hopes is the solution, a compilation little game system with five built-in classic …

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September is a SINsation

SINsations by Kris P. Kreme

Annie Andrews avoids unpleasant news and divisiveness as much as she does the unbearable heat… but at her favorite café using free wifi to play word games on her laptop, she’ll discover how thrilling such simple games can become. When a persistent popup interrupts her gameplay putting words together, Annie finally clicks on it, activating …

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SINtendo is very influential

The SINfluencer by Kris P. Kreme

On a rainy day while her mom has work, nineteen year old coed Gabriella asks her stepfather Tim to help her out. And as tempting as inappropriate looks can be with a gorgeous redhead like Gabi, Tim is not looking forward to it. Innocent sweet Gabi wants to be an influencer, and in doing her …

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There’s nothing like a SINtendo demonstration

SINtendo Stocked and Stacked by Kris P. Kreme

Nicole needed a part-time job to accommodate her overnight preferences while putting herself through college. The small gaming store seemed perfect, especially when the owner Kyle needed her to start right away. But if Nicole had any idea that this particular gaming store caters to players of SINtendo games, she may have thought twice. Told …

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SINtendo requires concentration

SINtensity by Kris P. Kreme

Dakota and Graham couldn’t hate each other more if they tried, the intensity of their bickering driving everyone in their home crazy. But when Dakota’s mother Maggie says something has to be done, will the solution Graham’s father Gavin comes up with only make things worse? Reaching out to his cousin Kevin, Gavin is sent …

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It’s sandwich time for SINtendo

SINtendo SandwichTIME by Kris P. Kreme

As a child Lilah was protected by her own hometown heroes, twin brothers Jay and Julius. As a college coed coming for a visit though, protection might be last on any of their minds as they find themselves playing SINtendo SandwichTIME, a bootleg version of BurgerTime for three players. It was always their favorite game …

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It’s vital to be familiar with SINtendo

SINtendo VR Vitality by Kris P. Kreme

Kinsley is a favorite feature among the small cul-de-sac homes, at least with the husbands. When a young twenty-something moves into a neighborhood where most homes belong to married couples twice her age, that kind of attention will happen. But just how might her popularity change after Kinsley gets a new piece of fitness equipment …

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Be wario about SINtendo VR

SINtendo Super Whorio Sisters by Kris P. Kreme

It’s the ultimate twisted take on the classic game readers have waited years for when a trouble-making brother Andrew gives the gift of gaming to twin sisters Addison and Annie. Told the VR headsets will let them play their favorite childhood game like they never could, the girls find themselves defeating mushroom dragon enemies in …

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