I guess it’s worth mentioning that the two games in the OP are both Taiwanese. In terms of their game industries (and many other things) Taiwan and Mainland China are very different. Taiwan’s game industry started earlier and as such there are, for example, more single player games for consoles like the genesis, though I haven’t played any of them. There were also domestically produced consoles whose name I forget. Not very useful information! When I get home I’ll post actual links to things.
For Mainland China a lot of the important stuff is online, and therefore less accessible due to servers no longer existing or only being restricted to China. Probably the biggest online game that hasn’t been mentioned yet is the MOBA Honor of Kings. I’ve also heard people talk about battle royale Ring of Elysium and tower defense RPG Arknights. Someone like @Syzygy who’s played a lot more online games than I have probably knows more. I can also ask some of my friends in China about older now defunct ones
You can look at this list on steam: https://store.steampowered.com/curator/32768202-Games-from-China-and-Taiwan/
It’s mostly smaller indie stuff, but it also has games from larger studios on there (like Sword and Fairy). I also know there is a large RPG maker and visual novel scene that probably isn’t very well represented on Steam.
I previously (saddleblasters) mentioned this article about Chinese electronic dictionary games, which I think for this particular forum is more the sort of thing people would find interesting.
Anyway, I always feel like I need to learn more about the Taiwanese and Mainland Chinese game industries, so maybe this thread will be an excuse to do some more research/ask my friends.
Though if the reason you’re interested in Chinese games is that you like Chinese themes and aesthetics, well that’s a completely different discussion.