Spy Gear gadgets were available for three weeks, July 25 to August 14, 2008, with McDonald's Happy Meals and Mighty Kids Meals. The toys are by Wild Planet, to celebrate their 10th anniversary of making spy toys.
- Secret Wrist Beam: wrist-mounted gadget that transforms to reveal a bright red laser-like light.
- Spy Guard Motion Alarm: pad-lock-styled alarm with siren to scare away intruders.
- Spy Disc Defender: hand-held disc shooter; discs are launched from a secret storage compartment beneath a flip-top lid.
- Invisible Message Pen: pocket-sized covert communication system with one invisible ink pen and one revealer pen.
- Rear View Spy Scope: two tools in one -- a magnification lens to see distant objects close-up, plus a pop-out mirror to monitor what's going on behind you.
- Mobile Message Bot: a rev-and-release vehicle that automatically pops its top to reveal encrypted messages, readable only by the spy facing the device.
According to the press release:
- The Spy Gear Happy Meal is timed with Wild Planet's 10th anniversary of making spy toys, and precedes the release of the company's first Spy Gear board games, Spy Trackdown and Spy Wire. The games arrive in stores in late August 2008, the same time that the Spy Video ATV-360(TM) hits shelves. The ATV-360 is a remote-controlled tank that wirelessly transmits real-time video and audio back to the driver's private headset, allowing kids to keep an eye on their fries from anywhere in the house.