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KnowWonder Digital Entertainment was a video game company that was founded in 1998, and was formerly owned by Amaze Entertainment. It acquired Griptonite Games in 1999, but got bought back by Realtime Associates. It produced Disney games like Finding Nemo and Disney's Brother Bear for the PC and Nickelodeon games like Rugrats in Paris: The Movie for the PC and produced Acclaim Entertainment games like All-Star Baseball 2001 as well. This company developed the PC version of A Series of Unfortunate Events. This game runs on Unreal Engine 2.0. KnowWonder also developed the PC versions of 3 games in the Harry Potter franchise, based on the novels and films of the same name: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, and Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. The first two run on the Unreal Engine 1.0 and the third runs on Unreal Engine 2.0.