Manama: The National Space Science Agency (NSSA) has concluded its “Create Your Own Space Game” competition from home, designated for Bahraini students aged between 7 and 12.
Launched by NSSA, in collaboration with Clever Play Education and Training, the competition aims to encourage students to participate from home by creating a Mars exploration game using the very popular MIT Scratch programming language.
40 Bahraini students took part in the competition and presented their creative games that showcased their distinguished skills.
Students Adam Al-Nasser, Badr Al-Jabiri and Abdulrahman Ibrahim clinched the first three places respectively, and were presented with awards, certificates and shields, while the remaining participants received electronic certificates.
NSSA affirmed that it will continue dedicating its efforts to achieve its goals, noting that a new competition will be launched soon.
Source: Bahrain News Agency