@stolas_mk2 tutorials are always nice. I usually get really angry about rtfm (read the fucking manual) as a way to get any creative person into anything software related.
I started with the "Your First Game" tutorial on https://docs.godotengine.org and then filled in some gaps with GDQuest. Googling for answers to specific questions also revealed a website called Kids Can Code which is pretty useful if you're just utterly hopeless and need something explained like you're five.
@stolas_mk2 their basic pong tutorial is also nice to show a bit of every basic aspect of the engine.
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