Aladdin 4D 5.x has a new Home on

Date 28-Jul-2010 11:31:42
Topic: Software News

It's been a long time coming but Aladdin 4D 5.x finally has a dedicated section on the DiscreetFX website. Aladdin 4D 6.0 when available will have it's own dedicated website not on

DiscreetFX's Aladdin 4D

This site includes product information, links to video's, the A4D Blog, dedicated forum links, a future gallery and more.

We are ending the special price on the current version of Aladdin 4D 5.x / Amiga Forever™ 2010 Bundle. The Bundle will still be available after the introductory price is over but will just cost more.

Amiga Forever™ 2010 / Aladdin 4D 5.x Bundle

Aladdin 4D works great on classic Amiga's, Amiga Video Toaster™ based systems and especially virtual Amiga environments like Amiga Forever™ 2010 from Cloanto running AmiKit. In fact reviews state that rendering times for Aladdin 4D are almost instant in Amiga Virtual Machines like Amiga Forever 2010.

Aladdin 4D is the last commercial Amiga 3D animation program available that is in active development for Amiga OS 4.x, MorphOS 2.5, AROS, Mac OS X and Amiga virtual machines. This does not have to be the case though, we welcome competition and a active 3rd party community on Amiga and Amiga like systems. Your support of Aladdin 4D insures faster development of this unique program created by Greg Gorby.

A4D is a great introduction to the 3D animation software industry. Anyone that purchases Aladdin 4D that buys NewTek's Emmy award winning LightWave 3D™ within six months gets a $50 credit towards LightWave 3D™ 9.x. Aladdin 4D is an easy to use beginners software package to introduce new 3D animators to the field. LightWave 3D™ is the latest high end tech in 3D rendering/animation software.

Rub the Lamp, Render the Magic. The smoke stops coming out of the lamp on July 30th, 2010 and this Amiga Forever 2010 / Aladdin 4D sale ends then.

Current owners of Amiga Forever™ 2010 can contact us with their proof of purchase to get special pricing on A4D 5.x before the sale ends via the link below.


Best regards

DiscreetFX Team

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