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Ratchet And Clank Gadgets List And Unlocks Guide

Ratchet And Clank Gadgets List And Unlocks Guide
The world of Ratchet and Clank is filled with strange puzzles, difficult jumps and a barrage of obstacles designed to block your path. This Ratchet And Clank Gadgets List And Unlocks Guide lists all of the gadgets we’ve discovered in the game and information on unlocking them, making sure you’re prepared to face any challenges the game throws your way.

So if you’re looking for where to find the Magneboots or awesome Hoverboard, we’ve got you covered.

The Hydropack becomes available shortly after you encounter Clank with Ratchet for the first time.

Omniwrench 8000
Available from the beginning of the game

As with the Hydropack you unlock the Swingshot shortly after meeting up with Clank.

Locate Skidd McMarx on Aridia and help him clear the 88 Sand Sharks in the area. You need the Hoverboard from this mission to participate in Hoverboard races.

Located inside McMarx Sports Shack on Aridia.

On planet Rilgar after you escape from the Sewers speak with Slim Cognito next to his ship.

Speak with Big Al on Kerwan on the way to the Hall of Heroes

When you land on Nebula G34 you need to explore outside the airlock with Clank to find the Magneboots. From the ships location, head down the ramp the opposite side of the Weapons Vendor.

Reward for solving a puzzle on Gaspar. Progress through until you fight the dropship with the several flying robots. Then simply press the 3 switches to release the Grindboots.

Reward for collecting 10 Brains on Gaspar. Must first collect the Grindboots and progress through the area.

Complete the main objectives on Kalebo III and then find the rail. Grind it all the way to the end to find the Map-o-Matic. It highlights any interested items/objects on your mini-map.

I’m updating this as I go. If you have anything to add to the guide, leave a comment and we’ll be sure to credit your name.

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