Research - "The best game engine for a small team to create 2D indie games"

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    Hello everyone! I'm writing research on topic - "The best game engine for a small team to create 2D indie games". I need a research consultant or any feedback in this topic because I can't do it on my own - I'm not a scientist or someone else in game engines and other things. I've chosen criteria and game engines for research. They are in image "table.png" below. As we can see, it contains 6 game engines and 10 criteria. I want to know - are this criteria and game engines suitable for my research? In "Notes" section I put quiestion to help respondents answering.[​IMG]
    In the last line - Value of criteria(in different words, multiplier), I wrote my own estimation of each criterion. This method let us to get different order of engines for every game development team. For example, if I value "Learning Curve" and "Ease of use" I will get one order, but if I value "Genre" and "Extra Benefits" I will get another order. Thank you for your attention. I hope you will leave feedback. Have a nice day :3.
     
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