So I think I should move to real game engines...aside from a game. (called Minecraft but it's called Minecraft for a reason, right? It's not GameCraft!)
(I found out that Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures used Clickteam Multimedia Fusion 2/The Games Factory 2)
It's basically something like Construct or GameMaker or something, that you can make something out of snipplets of codes (and maybe some other coding languages as well, like Lua or Ruby, or maybe even Perl?).
I was originally going to try Unity instead but I could never code it without getting errors....
(OR that Unreal Engine Development Kit!!!) (Not to mention Frostbite, Source, CryEngine or even Flash)
I will soon try Flash again, but for now, I will try to work with that 2008 version of MMF2.
p.s. And about that new engine FEZ uses (Trixel Engine)? That would work well but that means I will have to go through some legal-ish stuffs...so I quickly dropped that plan.
p.p.s. Source Engine is indeed good. But for now, I wasn't even able to make a NPC move or speak correctly.