Site Info - Creationengine.com
Overview of web technologies used by Creationengine.com.
Creation Engine - Academic Software Discounts for Students, Teachers, Staff, Schools, and NonprofitsEducation and Nonprofit Computer Software Discounts. Education discount pricing is available to k12 students, homeschool students, college students, faculty, staff, universities, schools and parents.
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Creation Engine, LLCProvides Web, graphics, 3D, and multimedia tools to the K-12 and higher education markets at academic prices.
Description from Alexa
19 July 1996
Number 336,396 of all websites according to Alexa
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