Features & Use
Just like the title ''Logo Quiz'' explains, you have over 1000 known and unknown logos which are spread out over 18 levels where you need to name the respective brand, product or company.
Most logos are slightly changed so that some letters are removed, though this can't really be regarded as a real challenge, especially with those from Opel, KFC and Calvin Klein.
In the main screen, you'll have the choice of either getting started guessing immediately, buying hints (for real money, as well as Facebook or ratings) or settings. Hints can also be unlocked by guessing logos correctly, though they aren’t really needed until higher levels. I can’t imagine someone buying the hint package which includes 50 hints for 86 cents: it really isn’t worth it. Googling a solution is much quicker and less expensive.
Among the settings, you'll be able to see your own stats, call up online high scores and activate vibration settings. You can also like the app on Facebook through this feature.
The selectable levels can be scrolled through vertically and have varying number of logos to solve. You don't need to solve a all logos in a level, but you do need to have collected the amount necessary to get into the next level.
Logo Quiz is simple and has very easy game play which is a nice way to pass the time. That being said, it might not keep you excited for longer periods of time. The app is really a self-experiment to see how many logos you can actually memorize in your day to day life.
Screen & Controls
The Logo Quiz game is designed with a simple concept and can be operated in a very standard way. There are no special buttons or weird roundabouts. The selected logos are shown on the display and the possible answer can be typed in with the keyboard. Unfortunately some of the tips within the game weren't very helpful: Google did the trick.
The screen and controls followed a very simple gaming principal.
Speed & Stability
Since Logo Quiz is statistically deliberate logo quiz, it worked speedily and ran without any significant hinges. The game started up fast and you can immediately start hunting after logos. There were no crashes.
Logo Quiz is free and lives up to its promise: no more, no less. It’s more of a guessing game for those boring moments that will help pass the time. What kind of performance should one expect from a quiz that is free? As a quiz, it certainly fulfills its standards.