Logos Pop Quiz Answers Level 1 – 100

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I want to share Logos pop quiz answers for level 1 to 100, this answers may be can help you to guess the hidden logo after you run out all coins. This game doesn’t same with other logo quiz game because you can’t view the complete picture in each level, several block covers the picture and you must tap 4 blocks to see a logo then guess it and if you have many coins you can open more than 4 blocks so it will be easier to guess the logos. Logos pop quiz has a amazing graphic and the designer know how to create an pretty game interface.

Level : 1 MC DONALDS : This corporation is the world's largest chain of hamburger fast food restaurants.
Level : 2 WINDOWS : The world's most famous operating system developed, marketed, and sold by Microsoft.
Level : 3 NASA : An agency of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space program and for aeronautics and aerospace research.
Level : 4 YAHOO : The name of this company stands for 'Yet Another Hierarchical Officious Oracle'.
Level : 5 CHANEL : This logo of this high fashion brand is represented by two interlocked letters 'C'. One of them stands for 'Coco'.
Level : 6 FACEBOOK : The largest social network in the world!
Level : 7 SKYPE : The name of this popular voice-over-IP service was derived from 'sky' and 'peer'.
Level : 8 PUMA : A major German company that produces athletic footwear and sportswear.
Level : 9 LAYS : Potato chips brand, also known as Walkers in the United Kingdom, Smith's in Australia and Sabritas in Mexico.
Level : 10 FEDEX : Tom Hanks plays a role of a top international manager for this company in the movie Cast Away.
Level : 11 STARBUCKS : shot venti, /th decaf, ristretto shot, pump Vanilla, pump Hazelnut, breve, sugar in the raw, with whip, carmel drizzle on top, free poured,pump mocha, please!
Level : 12 VISA : The blue represents the California sky and the gold represents the color of the California hills, the state where Bank of America was founded. Who knew credit card issuers were so poetic?
Level : 13 DELL : The founder of this company built and sold personal computers from his dorm room at the University of Texas at the age of . The original name of the company was PC Unlimited.
Level : 14 WIKIPEDIA : The largest online encyclopedia ever put together.
Level : 15 ADOBE : Photoshop, Acrobat, Fireworks, Dreamweaver... are all created by this company.
Level : 16 ROLEX : Probably the most recognizable luxury watch brand in the world.
Level : 17 APPLE : This company was founded by Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne and Steve Wozniak.
Level : 18 YOUTUBE The most famous video-sharing website in the world!
Level : 19 MICHELIN : A famous a tire manufacturer. 'Because so much is riding on your tires!'
Level : 20 PIZZA HUT : This pizza company has had various celebrity spokespeople, including Jessica Simpson, the Muppets, Damon Hill and even a former Soviet Union Premier Mikhail Gorbachev.
Level : 21 SAMSUNG : This South Korean multinational company makes smartphones, TVs, refrigerators, big ships and even skyscrapers.
Level : 22 UPS : United Parcel Service.
Level : 23 WALMART : Each week nearly one-third of the U.S. population visits the stores of this company.
Level : 24 TWITTER : The term micro blogging is often associated with this website.
Level : 25 FERRARI : An Italian sports car manufacturer.
Level : 26 BLIZZARD : An American video game developer most famous for Warcraft.
Level : 27 PRADA : Italian fashion label specializing in luxury goods.
Level : 28 IKEA : This company is named after the initials of its founder, Ingvar Kamprad, Elmtaryd, the farm on which grew up and Agunnaryd, the nearby village.
Level : 29 XBOX : A video gaming brand created by Microsoft.
Level : 30 LACOSTE : French clothing company most famous for its polo shirts.
Level : 31 ABC : American commercial broadcast television network.
Level : 32 AMAZON : E-tailer well-known for its Kindle, lightning fast shipping, and selling virtually anything online.
Level : 33 PLAYBOY : Pamela Anderson has been times on the cover of this magazine.
Level : 34 DODGE : A brand of cars, minivans, and SUVs manufactured by Chrysler Group LLC.
Level : 35 CORONA : A pale lager produced by Cerveceria Modelo in Mexico.
Level : 36 FANTA : A brand of fruit-flavored carbonated soft drinks created by The Coca-Cola Company.
Level : 37 BELL : A Canadian telecommunications and media company headquartered in Montreal, Quebec.
Level : 38 ATT : American multinational telecommunications corporation, one of the largest mobile telecom operators in the world.
Level : 39 FIREFOX : Popular free and open source web browser.
Level : 40 MTV : One of the most popular American music television channels.
Level : 41 JOHNDEERE : One of the largest manufacturers of agricultural machinery in the world.
Level : 42 GOOGLE : The most popular search engine in the world.
Level : 43 FORD : The founder of this company invented the assembly line method for making cars.
Level : 44 NESTLE : A Swiss multinational food and beverage company, the maker of Gerber and Cheerios.
Level : 45 HELLO KITTY : A fictional character produced by the Japanese company Sanrio, portrayed as a female white Japanese bobtail cat with a red bow.
Level : 46 MASTER CARD : Originally it was called Master Charge, and init was renamed.
Level : 47 LOUIS VUITTON : This fashion brand is famous for its luxury handbags.
Level : 48 FLICKR : A popular website for users to share and embed personal photographs, owned by Yahoo.
Level : 49 MARLBORO : This famous brand of cigarettes made by Philip Morris is known as the 'Cowboy Killer' on the street.
Level : 50 IBM : This IT company started the PC revolution with the introduction of a compact personal computer in .
Level : 51 INTEL : The name of this top semiconductor manufacturer derives from 'Integrated Electronics'.
Level : 52 KELLOGGS : This breakfast cereal has been a breakfast table staple for over years, and still remains as popular as ever!
Level : 53 KFC : Fried chicken from Kentucky!
Level : 54 BUDWEISER : This beer is 'Proud to Be Your Bud'!
Level : 55 BBC : British public service broadcasting corporation.
Level : 56 CHUPA CHUPS : 'Stop smoking, start sucking'. The logo of this famous brand of lollipops was designed by Salvador Dali!
Level : 57 BP : This British multinational oil and gas company headquartered in London is notorious for oil disaster, known as Deep water Horizon oil spill, in the Gulf of Mexico.
Level : 58 CAMEL : This brand of cigarettes asked that you smoke them 'for digestion's sake'. It features an image of a dromedary.
Level : 59 CHASE : This bank is one of the Big Four banks in the US, along with Wells Fargo, Bank of America, and Citigroup.
Level : 60 COLGATE : Number recommended by dentists?
Level : 61 ADIDAS : In , a German man created a sneaker that he named after himself. This brand became the most popular athletic shoe in the world.
Level : 62 BENTLEY : This car brand is the direct successor of Rolls-Royce Motors, which Volkswagen AG purchased in .
Level : 63 JACK DANIELS : 'Old Time Tennessee Whiskey'
Level : 64 CALVIN KLEIN : A fashion house founded by American fashion designer that he named after himself.
Level : 65 DAEWOO : Prior to the Asian Financial Crisis of , this company was the second largest conglomerate in Korea after Hyundai Group, followed by LG Group and Samsung Group.
Level : 66 GUESS : This American clothing line brand is famous for its jeans and iconic black-and-white ads, featuring a number of supermodels, such as Claudia Schiffer and Eva Herzigova.
Level : 67 HUGO BOSS : A German luxury fashion brand, named after its founder.
Level : 68 KRAFT : The world's second largest food group, after Nestle.
Level : 69 BOEING : One of the world's leading aerospace companies, and the largest manufacturer of commercial jetliners and military aircraft.
Level : 70 LINUX : This operating system powers of the world's top super computers.
Level : 71 MARS : A chocolate bar.
Level : 72 MAZDA : Zoom-Zoom. The maker of Miata.
Level : 73 WARNER BROS : Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Speedy Gonzales...
Level : 74 YAMAHA : Renowned Japanese manufacturer of competitive off-road motorcycles.
Level : 75 SCOTIA BANK : Also known as The Bank of Nova Scotia.
Level : 76 OREO : % of all eaters of this sandwich cookie pull apart their cookies before eating.
Level : 77 NINTENDO : The world's largest video game company by revenue. The name can be roughly translated from Japanese to English as 'leave luck to heaven.'
Level : 78 MINI : A small economy car, British icon of the s.
Level : 79 MICROSOFT : Bill Gates founded this company.
Level : 80 KITKAT : Slender crispy wafer fingers covered with creamy milk chocolate.
Level : 81 INSTAGRAM : Take pictures, apply filters and share on Facebook.
Level : 82 HEINEKEN : The most famous Dutch beer.
Level : 83 DR PEPPER : A soft drink with a very unique taste.
Level : 84 HENKEL : The name behind some of America's best-known brands, such as Dial soap and Purex laundry detergent.
Level : 85 DHL : The world's largest express and logistics network.
Level : 86 CANON : A Japanese multinational corporation specialized in the manufacture of imaging and optical products.
Level : 87 ARIEL : A line of laundry detergents made by Procter and Gamble.
Level : 88 COLUMBIA : Outerwear and sportswear.
Level : 89 HP : The largest IT company in the world in terms of annual revenue.
Level : 90 KINDER : It is a product of Italian confectionery Ferrero and the German word for 'children'.
Level : 91 AIRWICK : 'It's Good to be Home'. Famous air freshener.
Level : 92 Android : An open source operating system for touchscreen mobile devices.
Level : 93 BOSCH : A multinational engineering and electronics company headquartered in Germany.
Level : 94 CARLSBERG : One of the most famous Danish beer brands.
Level : 95 CHEETOS : Top selling brand of cheese puffs.
Level : 96 PARAMOUNT : Shrek, Transformers, Indiana Jones and Star Trek were distributed by this famous film studio.
Level : 97 PAYPAL : The preferred method of payment on eBay.
Level : 98 PEPSI : The biggest rival of Coca-Cola.
Level : 99 NESCAFE : A brand of instant coffee made by Nestle.
Level : 100 REEBOK : A producer of athletic shoes, clothing, and accessories.