nope, While Goo has a statemachine that let's you use some levels of visual programming. You will need to get your hands dirty on a lot of fundamental levels.
Even the first tutorial is getting the developers to jump right into the code.
The demo's only show the basic of the 3d layout. watching closely at the statemachine the statemachine is exactly that. A state of basic representations of motion, colours, reflection.... so on etc.
You won't really be able to build a game with just the statemachine.
If you want a 3D with minimal programming. Unity + Playmaker is still your best choice.
@jayderyu Goo offers 2 things: Goo Create and Goo Engine
Goo Create offers editor with visual programming.
Goo Engine offers for programmes to write the code whatever they want.
You're talking about Goo Engine.