Once upon a time.....
..... I remember reading a story in "Summer Weekly Reader" (I think by Isaac Asimov) about a robot that told stories to the young boy who owned it. Mostly fairy tales, till one of the boy's friends loaded a tape with more modern info like spaceships (and robots!).
Now, I don't have that robot... but I have a Neo Trinkey and CircuitPython - that's more than enough.
My repository TellMeAStory has two files, scifi.py and prt.py. Copy those to a Neo Trinkey, renaming scifi.py to code.py. When the program runs, touching "1" chooses a planet name, and touching "2" will generate a short story. In code.py, if REPL=True, you'll need to be in an editor like mu to see the text. IF you change REPL to be False, then it will use HID support to send the text as if typed on a keyboard! For example:
lifts off from
with ancient artifacts
and is damaged in an explosion
and tumbles out of control till emergency crews reach them
Suddenly a ship appears from Notania warning of imminent Bhisih attack.
Planets, Aliens, and Ship names were generated on fantasynamegenerators.com - you can edit the lists with your own choices. And you can rewrite the story elements to your own liking!