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== Appearance ==
 
== Appearance ==
*Silica City resembles the city of {{W|Los Angeles}} in California. This is evidenced by the appearance of the {{W|U.S. Bank Tower}} and the {{W|Two California Plaza}} at the end of the opening. It has signboards, mostly advertising games and new gaming equipment, but also real-life brands such as Crunchyroll and AMD. Meanwhile, the streets are full of hovering cars driving on it, a reference to Los Angeles' horrible traffic jams.
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Silica City resembles the city of {{W|Los Angeles}} in California. This is evidenced by the appearance of the {{W|U.S. Bank Tower}} and the {{W|Two California Plaza}} at the end of the opening. It has signboards, mostly advertising games and new gaming equipment, but also real-life brands such as Crunchyroll and AMD. Meanwhile, the streets are full of hovering cars driving on it, a reference to Los Angeles' horrible traffic jams. Unlike in Los Angeles, however, where vehicles drive on the right side of the road, vehicles in Silica City drive on the left side, a reference to the fact that the series is created in Australia, where vehicles drive on the left side.
   
 
== Notable Citizens ==
 
== Notable Citizens ==

Revision as of 04:29, August 21, 2019

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This content belongs to the Meta Runner universe, which is not related to the SMG4 universe.

Silica City is the main location of SMG4's web series, Meta Runner.

Appearance

Silica City resembles the city of Los Angeles in California. This is evidenced by the appearance of the U.S. Bank Tower and the Two California Plaza at the end of the opening. It has signboards, mostly advertising games and new gaming equipment, but also real-life brands such as Crunchyroll and AMD. Meanwhile, the streets are full of hovering cars driving on it, a reference to Los Angeles' horrible traffic jams. Unlike in Los Angeles, however, where vehicles drive on the right side of the road, vehicles in Silica City drive on the left side, a reference to the fact that the series is created in Australia, where vehicles drive on the left side.

Notable Citizens

Trivia

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