The list, published Tuesday by China’s National Press and Publication Administration, however did not include any titles from NetEase (NTES) or Tencent (OTCPK:TCEHY), the country's largest video game producer. Neither company had video game titles on the list that was approved last month.
ByteDance (BDNCE), which owns the social network TikTok, however did see a game approved.
The latest round of approvals marks the third time since April in a sign that China may be easing up on its crackdown of some of its largest tech companies.
Earlier this month, investment firm Macquarie started coverage on NetEase (NTES), noting it is the "best in class integrated gaming company" in China.