St. Louis, MO (KSDK) -- A few fifth graders in Parkway's MOSAICS Academy at Pierremont Elementary won a national competition by designing a game exclusively for astronauts.
The contest required students to apply Newton's laws of motion to design games for astronauts to play in space and help them maintain their physical condition in zero gravity.
The Parkway students created Starfield. It requires astronauts to maneuver through an obstacle course, collect stars and throw them at a black hole target.
As a reward, a NASA team visited the students at school on Monday morning.