Why yes!

Gunnel Magnusson has a whole YouTube channel full of videos on the simplest way to get started making games using kits:

  1. Edit, paint a block, remove a level, rename a game, publish a game
  2. Make a new level, change background color, copy a level, update a game
  3. Select block, repaint a block, remove a block, copy a block
  4. Select many blocks, take the copy and paste, multiply a chair
  5. Change a block to a window, a chair and a picture
  6. Search games, ”can edit anything” use blocks from other creators
  7. Ask for help, Discord server
  8. Fixel kit, follow the instructions
  9. Search Fixel games
  10. Name of blocks, glue
  11. Search Hole games
  12. Look inside a script block, copy and paste blocks
  13. Use blocks made by other creators, rotate a block, use two script blocks: set position and rotation
  14. Move a whole building from one game to another!

Mathias Elgaard made an entire YouTube tutorial series introducing Fancade scripting:

  1. Values and Variables
  2. Basic Math
  3. Control Wires
  4. If Statements
  5. Loops
  6. Moving and Rotating Objects
  7. Creating and Destroying Objects
  8. Camera and Light
  9. Lists

Martin made a video showing how you can make an entirely new game from scratch:

Spolarium made several tutorials on how to make games from scratch:

Olle Landin made a video for those who're used to writing code:

JoshuaTNTGamer made several video tutorials:

Benjamin Mathew made a tutorial on physics script blocks: