Managed to walk your way all through level 1 but now you’re stuck on Level 2 of Logo Quiz? As you got used to by now, this week we came up again with all the hints you need to rock level 2 as well. The quiz is really catchy and keeps you up all night, thrilled to get to the next level. The only problem is to get all the clues and Logo Quiz Level 2 answers to keep you going. Check out the Logo Quiz answers for this level and be on top of your game!
First, try out on your own! If you really have troubles getting those logos, take a sneak – peek to this logo quiz answers page and amaze everybody with your results!
In n Out Burger
Toys R Us
Netscape – Once dominant web browser in terms of share.
Pepsi – No need to explain
Giorgio Armani – Fashion designer with a bird and G and A letters
Roncato – Luggage manufacturer from Italy founded by Giovanni Roncato. Capital R and V letters in logo.
Audi – 4 silver rings.
Windows – Check your PC
Skoda – Car manufacturer from Cehia
Dunlop – Tennis player John McEnroe used this brand racquets, equipment for tennis, squash, golf, badminton and bicycle. Red arrow with capital D in top.
DreamWorks – American film studio – blue logo with a boy fishing on a moon
Nintendo – ‘Leave luck to heaven’ Japanese, multinational corporation based in Kyoto, developing games like Gameboy, NES, SNES – red and white logo, letter N followed by missing Intendo.
NBC – TV station represented by a rainbow above the name
Harley Davidson – Motor Company
IMDB – Gold plated logo
NIVEA – Blue rectangle with white text
Heineken – Dutch beer made since 1873 – red square above a black label
UNICEF – Mother and child in light blue
Allianz – Core business and focus is insurance – circle with 3 blue stripes inside
Chanel – Fashion brand – double capital C in mirror looking like a chain
Swatch – Contraction of ‘second watch’ – logo similar with Swiss flag
Adobe – Flash, Dreamweaver, PDF and Photoshop are some products of the company
Ikea – Founded by Ingvar Kamprad – easy to recognize
Facebook – We couldn’t figure this out.
Interflora – ‘flowers worldwide’ ‘say it with flowers’, organization of florists from 42 countries – logo with yellow and black medal representing a man with flowers in his hand.
Cisco – American multinational founded by Richard Troiano, Sandy Lerner, Len Bosack
Whirlpool – Manufacturer and marketer of major home appliances
Nikita – Logo with black capital N and A, ” ikit” was removed
Nokia – Telecommunication company – only letter K is disclosed
Dodge – American car manufacturer – logo with red shield with a ram inside
Campbells’s – American producer of canned soups and related products – Red square logo with only “s” at the end.
Hello Kitty – Fictional character produced by Japanese company Sanriohas a sister Mimi
In-n Out-Burger – Chain of fast food restaurants from western US. The logo presents a yellow arrow
Coca Cola – No need for hints for this one isn’t it?
UPS – Brown with yellow shield shaped logo
Atari – Video game and computer company founded in 1972
Wikipedia – Earth Globe made from puzzles
Suzuki – Red letter S logo
Verizon – Easy to spot, v and z letters help you enough
Monster – Green claws indicate initial of the brand
Corona – Brand of pale lager produced by Cerveceria Modelo in Mexico. Yellow crown logo
Axa – French global insurance group – blue square logo containing a red line and a white x
Mercedes – Just received a new hint for nothing
Pantene – The name comes from Panthenol, a key ingredient, brand of hair care products
Dakine – Name comes from Hawaiian pidgin word da kine. Outdoor apparel company specialized in sportswear. White mountains in logo
Kleenex – Blue handwriting
Aston Martin – Luxury car manufacturer
Lotto – Sportswear company – 2 squares overlapped
Dacia – Subsidiary of Renault, Dacia Logan is the most successful model
PlayStation – Game company, one of the best sold consoles
Cartoon Network – American cable television that shows animated programming – white and black cubes containing C and N
MSN – Popular web based services in the late 1990′s most notable Hotmail and Messenger – blue, green, orange and yellow butterfly in logo.
Sony – Japanese multinational corporation – letter y is the only visible in logo, rest of them were hidden
Toyota – 3 tangent circles in different angles.
Rover – British car manufacturing company logo – black trapezoid with yellow boat inside
Lucasarts – American video game developer famous for LOOM, Monkey Island, Indiana Jones, has nine letters – yellow man with sun above.
NASA – Responsible for the space program and aeronautics and aerospace research – blue circle with red line on it.
Honda – Everyone knows Honda logo I think, it’s a silver square with letter H in it.
Ferrari – Well known black horse in a yellow square logo with Italian flag above.
Toys R Us – Toy store chain headquarter in Way, New Jersey – logo with blue letter R with a star in it.
Olay – Skin care retail brand owed by Procter and Gamble’s – brownish face of a girl.
LinkedIn – White letters “i” and “n” in the blue square.
Ford – The name Ford was removed from the blue oval shape
Panasonic – Ideas for life should say all. No need to mention P and C….
ABC – One of the big three television networks – the logo has a black circle with small letter a in left side
HTC – Manufactured first phone that used Android
Minute Maid – Product line of beverages usually asociated with orange juice and lemonade. Sold under Capy brand in Europe. Black square with white writing.
SAP – German corporation founded as ‘System Analysis and Program development’ – blue trapezoidal shape with White P in it.
Yahoo – If you don’t know this try Angry Birds.
Chevrolet – Same here.
Sony Ericsson – Founded in 1876 as a telegraph equipment repair shop by Lars Magnus Ericsson – the green ball is easy to spot but some friends of us found spelling difficult typing Sony Ericson instead…..
Alfa Romeo – Car manufacturer from Italy.
Adidas – Too easy.
Prince – Company founded by Robert H. McClure of Princeton – green “I” and “e” letters.
Dell – Founded by Michael DELL – blue circle with E inside.
Konica Minolta – Formed by a merger between two Japanese imaging firms with slogan ‘the Essential of imaging’ – the logo is blue with white stripes
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