Game Maker enables you to create your own Windows computer games without needing to know how to write any code.
So what was wrong with Game Maker? Apparently you don't even have to write code?
What was wrong with Clickteam fusion 2.5? Apparently within your first hour you will have learned the basics of the tool.
Is it all this language barrier thing?
In some ways Python is more high level than FreeBASIC and has a lot of external support. Easy to install libraries. Lots of tutorials on how to use it. I haven't tried writing a game with it but I see there are tutorials on writing scrolling shoot up games? It is a language well worth learning even if only because it is so popular and widely used.
Do Python tutorials lack support for those who only speak Spanish?
FreeBASIC used to have a lot of would be game developers but 10 years ago it all ended as tools for writing games became available.
It appears that the ability to read English is a requirement for programming even if only to read most source code. Google translate is limited when it comes to code. It cannot translate a short hand for some things like SCREEN written in shorthand as SCR, into pantalla. What shorthand might you use for that? PANT? In the example the word multikey would not translate. It means multiple key which I see you would write as key multiple.
Ultimately only you know what you can do and if learning FreeBASIC from translated old tutorial material is worth the effort. You should get answers to most programming questions posted here.