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dougbutner on Jan 9, 2010 for Mactracker
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Love it!
I would like to add my own notes on the models and see what interface and form factor the HDDs were. Otherwise, awesome app. Thanks!
MusashiAharon on Jan 5, 2010 for Mactracker
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Needs Apple I and II
The mid-to-late 70s apple I and II were the first computers ever made by apple, and they do not seem to be on this app. Please put them on. This app will then be five stars.
drummer1423 on Jan 5, 2010 for Mactracker
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Icons Galore!
Icons in the app makes this an even more useful app! Great to see them all our beloved Macs in one single place.
kiancheong on Dec 30, 2009 for Mactracker
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Okay app, but one problem
I can't play the Startup Chime, it wont play it. 
ZachKurth on Dec 27, 2009 for Mactracker
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Too many levels
Though I had a hard time understanding the concept of this game at first, I found myself engaged by the story as well as the controls. The compass, tilt sensor, GPS, and light sensor are all crucial aspects of gameplay, meaning you get a totally different experience depending on your bearing, altitude, time of day, etc. So far I've found the most interesting level to be while crossing the Brooklyn Bridge on foot at 3:17pm with the device held between 76-89°. Has anyone else found any good levels? There's just so many that I'd like some recommendation on what to try next! A tutoring mode would be good for future releases.
dbkliv on Dec 27, 2009 for Mactracker
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