[quote="deadeye":1uqs8t1n]Machrider... I know you said you don't want to make a full 3D game, but there's nothing stopping you from making a 2.5D game with a 3D game engine. All you have to do is restrict movement to the x/y axis and have your camera fixed along z. It would be cool to do this stuff in Construct some day, but if you really have a good idea for a game right now and you want to get working on it, that wouldn't be a bad way to go.
[quote="Attan":1uqs8t1n]He want THIS! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALGdrMl7WLA
So do I! That game looks so friggin sweet.
There is. I don't know how to code. Actually, it's more like I can't seem to learn how to code. I've tried to learn but my attempts to learn programming thus far have ended in failure. I've tried self teaching books, classes, everything. For some reason, I can't make a game unless I have menus to click on and can see whats going on in a WYSIWYG environment. Now if there is any other Klik-like (Construct falls under this category as it derives from Clickteam's klik range of programs) tools out there that can do 3D, then maybe I'd use that instead. But as far as I know, there isn't.
Of coarse, I haven't given up yet. I will keep trying (maybe take some programming classes over the summer) and one day learn how to code without MMF or Construct. But in the meantime, I would like to see some sort of basic 3D model functionality replace (or complement) the 3D Box in Construct someday. It's something I would really look forward to.