All the Clickteam game builders are quite similar, in fact even stuff from Klik & Play can still be loaded in Clickteam Fusion! Of course each new program brings new features, but the basic layout and working methods are really similar. A really nice feature of all these programs is that you can take any game you download and load it up in the editor too. Maybe this's changed with 'developer' editions and stuff, but still, there're lots of old games you can download and learn from!
Because of these basic similarities I'll lumped all their guides into this one section.
- Nivram's CTF 2.5 & MMF2 Examples - So many!
- Note sure if this one is easy to follow once it gets to the event editor stuff, but I've had an idea for this kind of Scorched Earth like game for ages, so I'll probably follow it along.
- This stuff is about specific functions rather than taking you through making a game, but could be useful reference later.
- Here're a bunch of example projects. There's a Breakout-like one, which is probably a good gametype to start with.
- Isometric Tutorial for Clickteam Fusion 2.5 - Youtube
Good projects/games for beginners to poke about in
- Guide:Sources#Clickteam - Open-source projects.
- lukasmeller.com/mmf/ - Open directory with MMF with example projects, extensions, and shaders.