Just realised that I've released a few Construct 2 games now, yet haven't really mentioned them on here.
I bought Construct 2 very very early on in its development, and over the years have slowly learned pretty much every in and out there is. In fact, I now rarely see a 2D game which doesn't cause me to say "I could make that".
This is Scribble, a game that was release on December 15th of last year. It's an asymmetrical game for the Wii U. That pretty much means it's a multiplayer game that gives different players different experiences.
It's an 8 player game, based on the classic board game, Pictionary.
The player with the Wii U GamePad has to draw a certain image in a certain amount of time. It also comes with multiple modes and what I've called "Mutators" that change the way the game is player. For example, sometimes the GamePad screen is covered in ink, making drawing harder, or your drawing is horizontally mirrored, meaning you have to think in a different way.
The game is scoring really well. In fact, the lowest review score it's received so far is from a Spanish site that misunderstood the instructions, but even then they scored it a 6.8/10.
Nintendo Life - http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/wiiu-eshop/scribble
GamesReviews.com - http://www.gamesreviews.com/wiiu/wiiu-reviews/12/scribble-wiiu-review/
Pure Nintendo - http://purenintendo.com/review-scribble-wii-u-eshop/
Digital Chumps - http://digitalchumps.com/scribble/
It just goes to show that you really can make professional games using Construct 2!