Facebook rolls out Instant Games on Messenger globally

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Last month, during Facebook's F8 conference, the social media service revealed that they were preparing a series of new options and features for Messenger.

In addition to this, the company has also made new features available for developers which will allow them to create more engaging games with rich gameplay - all inside the Messenger app. According to the company, turn-based gameplay is the most requested feature by users and now it has landed on the app with the Instant Games on Messenger update.

The new Instant Games on Messenger will roll out over the next few weeks worldwide for both iOS and Android starting today. Downloads are also not always as smooth as desired and this has discouraged many users from downloading games from the Play Store.

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Facebook is allowing users to access Instant games through Facebook messenger.

"When developers start to take advantage of these new capabilities everyone wins with more dynamic and engaging gaming experiences", said Andrea Vaccari, product manager at Messenger, in a post. And, for the first time ever in Words With Friends, all connections within a Messenger group can watch the exciting wordie gameplay unfold while simultaneously chatting about strategy, amplifying the overall social experience of the game. Some of the newly added games include high-profile titles like Words With Friends and Blackstorm's EverWing. Facebook recently introduced "Game Bots" as well. Words With Friends, one of the most popular game apps of all time, is now available as a feature-rich, turn-based game right in Messenger. Click the blue Plus sign on the bottom left of the screen and then click Games. Once the Games section is opened, you'll find plenty of titles to choose from, all of which can be played against a friendly opponent. Facebook plans to add new games every week, including Miniclip's 8 Ball Pool.