All-Star Puzzles
Home Contact Help Log Innot logged in
Match Quizzes
Test your knowledge in All-Star Puzzles' one-of-a-kind on-line quiz.
Next Page | Previous Page | More Pages
December 2012-March 2013


2012 Fiction #1 Bestsellers
Pair the hardcover hit with its author.


Next Letter, Please
Which letter on the right continues the sequence on the left?


2013 Academy Awards--Acting Nominees
On Sunday, which of these nominees will take home Oscars as best and best supporting actors and actresses?


More Modern-Day Monarchs
Over which country does each present-day monarch reign?


The Animal Fair Again
Pair each animal with its generic type.




2012 Billboard Hot 100 #1 Hits
Pair the artist(s) with the song that reached the top of the charts.


KO Words
Knock yourself out defining the words beginning KO.


TV's Greatest Dads
Did your dad have some of the finer qualities with which scriptwriters imbued these television fathers?


New United States Senators
These 10 first-time Senators have taken one of their state's two seats as a result of the tumultuous 2012 elections.


2012 Non-Fiction #1 Bestsellers
These 10 books topped the charts one or more weeks last year.




Breakfast Cereals Advertising Characters
Pair the characters with their cereals "of choice."


TV Food Shows
In which television program does each food star shine?


Who Said It?: Famous Movie Lines 2
Can you match each memorable line from AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Movie Quotes list with the character who made it famous?


Shake Your POM-POMs
... when you correctly define the 10 words beginning with POM.


U. S. Army Ranks
Can you order the soldiers from lowest (1) to highest (12) rank




Holiday Songs
Celebrate the season by pairing the lyrics with the oft-heard song.


Novels: The Animals
Match each work containing the name of an animal with its author.


Mile-High Cities
Where is each city that is higher in elevation than Denver, the Mile-High City.


Banknote Portraits
Who is pictured on each of the country banknotes described?


Television Theme Songs
Pair each theme song with the hit show it introduces.



ADVERTISEMENT
More Match Quizzes Next Page | Previous Page
More recent puzzles have higher numbers.
958-939 938-919 918-899 898-879 878-859 858-839 838-819
818-799 798-779 778-759 758-739 738-719 718-699 698-679
678-659 658-639 638-619 618-599 598-579 578-559 558-539
538-519 518-499 498-479 478-459 458-439 438-419 418-399
398-379 378-359 358-339 338-319 318-299 298-279 278-259
258-239 238-219 218-199 198-179 178-159 158-139 138-119
118-99 98-79 78-59 58-39 38-19 18-1
Copyright © 2002-2014 All-Star Puzzles. All rights reserved.
Contact | Help | Privacy Policy