This trivia section (or part of it) needs improving and should ideally be integrated into a behind the scenes section and main article with the trivia section eventually removed or reduced. As the title suggests the game has a secret agent storyline where Clank works for a government secret agent group known as the Agency.
It is ambiguously canon and is set at some point after Deadlocked, thus happening either in the year 5357 or 5358. Secret Agent Clank sticks with the series gameplay types of action, shooting and platforming genres, while also featuring a new stealth and melee element to fit Clank's secret agent status and abilities.
This game focuses for the first time in the series on the adventures of the beloved robot sidekick, Clank, and his secret alter-ego, Secret Agent Clank, as the main playable character.
As Clank went to the Boltaire Museum to halt the theft of a priceless jewel known as the Eye of Infinity, he saw, to his shock, Ratchet (in his Mastermind persona) fleeing the scene of the crime. Halfway through their battle, Klunk activated the laser, knowing that only he knew the password. The events of this ambiguously canon spin-off game happen after Ratchet: Deadlocked, as demonstrated by Reapers appearing in prison.
If the events of this game happened then they needed to also happen before the Future series, as those games take place in a different galaxy from Solana, follow on directly from each other, and reference Klunk as being thought to be deceased. The issues with acknowledging this game as canon are that The Plumber acts extremely out of character compared to his other appearances, that Qwark is a capable swimmer - when later games state he cannot swim, and several other inconsistencies. In Secret Agent Clank's Treehouse there is a code that unlocks the Convict skin for Ratchet in Tools of Destruction.
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An example is that the game features sections where the player must press a sequence of buttons correctly to sneak through an area, or defeat an enemy. Qwark's gameplay sections are based on his glorified and false accounts of his own exploits and are more action based with small tasks to complete.
The premise behind Secret Agent Clank surrounds Ratchet as he's framed for a crime that he didn't commit.
When Clank finally confronted Klunk, the evil mastermind revealed his plan: he had stolen the Eye of Infinity to use as a refractor for a massive laser system perfectly poised to destroy every planet in the galaxy within a single shot. Clank knocked out Klunk and managed to deactivate the firing sequence while Qwark accidentally beamed himself aboard the satellite, retrieved the Eye of Infinity, and dismantled the device. The stories' events act as a sequel to what happened in Size Matters (which seemingly happened in between Up Your Arsenal and Deadlocked).
It fired nine individual missiles simultaneously, which immediately sought and destroyed various targets.
It was a 9-barreled rocket launcher (which only fires 7 rockets), which, due to its power, was too dangerous for civilian use, and Gadgetron eventually took the weapon out of the market. Ratchet's segments in prison force him to fight with enemies from previous games in arena combat similar to that seen in previous games in competitions such as the Megacorp Games, Imperial Fight Festival, Annihilation Nation and Dreadzone. While retinal scanned proved that the thief was indeed Ratchet, Clank was convinced of his friend's innocence.

Klunk, acting through Ratchet (via a mind-control helmet), would threaten to use the laser for a planet to rule. Shady Salesman was able to get his hands on one by stealing it from the Blarg, as Clank mentioned, and offered to sell it to Ratchet and Clank in Blackwater City for 150,000 bolts. It was re-released on the PlayStation 2 on May 26th, 2009 as a port created by Sanzaru Games. Like the original 007, Clank has an array of helpful gadgets, such as a bow tie that he can use as a boomerang (the Tie-A-Rang), and a Blowtorch Briefcase. To save his friend, Clank dons his Secret Agent Clank persona and investigates who's behind the accusations.
While Ratchet was sent to prison, Clank investigated the theft further, traveling to various locales until he came across an enigmatic figure known only as "The Kingpin". Just in time, Klunk, posing as Clank, would stop Mastermind Ratchet from destroying the galaxy, placing the hero in jail forever while Klunk, as Clank, would be idolized by the populace. Clank has at a previous point in the series been on a Holo-Vision show where he played the main character, Secret Agent Clank, which the game is based on. While going through an abandoned space facility, The Kingpin revealed himself to be none other than Klunk, Clank's evil doppelganger, first introduced in Up Your Arsenal. He'll also receive, find and buy new weapons, such as the Tie-A-Rang and Cufflink Bomb.[5] While Clank investigates, Ratchet fights previous henchmen he defeated and Captain Qwark travels across the galaxy while having a reporter bot write his autobiography.

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