Godot & Unity
Well this was supposed to be a review of Godot which is next on my list, but during my research I've discovered that, while Godot would be a perfect fit since it is both 2D and 3D, it's also open source and free. But the main problem is that you need to know how to code, which I incidentally don't. It used it's one programming language similar to Python. It does look very professional and is sad to do more than other drag & drop game makers can't. The options are said to limitless.
Same goes for Unity. It requires coding so at the moment both are no go for me. If I ever delve deep into the coding part of game making a review is to follow on these two or at least one.
So the reviews continue with GDevelop.