Hello Bin Weevils!
If you are a regular Weevily World blog viewer, you will know that my local Asda, has finally started stocking a few Bin Weevils products. A few days ago, I bought my first Bin Bot blind bag, which on opening, turned out to contain Flutter Bug.
Yesterday I was back in Asda, so I thought I’d buy myself another Bin Bot blind bag, before they all sold out and this time I got Bed Bug!
Each Bin Weevils Bin Bot blind bag contains: one Bin Bot, one plastic disc, one small card and a check sheet.
The discs can be linked together and the cards picture the bot on one side and on the other side is the description of the item and the mystery code for the nest item. Use the check sheet, to keep a record of which Bin Bots you have.
Bin Bot blind bags cost £1.99 and are made by Character toys.
I’d also got a couple of packets of Good vs WeEvil Trading Cards, which I hadn’t got around to opening. One pack contained a Bin Weevils XP code, which, at some point in the future, I’ll probably give away as a competition prize, because judisue is already on level 65. The other pack contained the rather awesome Eyeball Chair, which you can see, in the picture below:
Bin Weevils Good vs WeEvil trading cards are made by PANINI and a single packet costs £0.75. Each packet contains six cards: five trading cards and one card featuring a Bin Weevils secret mystery code. Codes can be redeemed in-game at the Mystery Code Machine, outside Lab’s Lab.
That’s all from me, for now, but if you’d like some great Bin Weevils, FREE mystery code items, please make sure you check out our popular, codes by codex page, which features all Bin Weevils secret mystery codes for nest items, Mulch and XP!