aye, Conitec's A series are is actually not half bad.
It uses C-Lite scripting as programming language, so if you know C, that could work for you...
Game Maker Pro doesnt hold a 3d engine does it? If it doesnt, using maya to make its graphics might be a bit overkill
Torque is nice as well... its scripting is similar to C++...
Heh, if you want to make a game, youll not get around programming Im affraid.
C, C++ (and perhaps in the future) C# seem to be the choices to learn...
In ICT there are two kinds of people : Technically challenged artists, and artistically challenged technicians.
I am, without a doubt, the latter.