According to Mashable, “Facebook has confirmed it is in talks with several developers to make games for Messenger. It's currently unclear how exactly these games will work with the messaging app and when the first games might arrive.”

"Currently, we think Messenger Platform is best suited for apps that focus on content creation and curated content," a Facebook spokesperson said.

Facebook has earlier launched a new feature for its messenger app that automatically transcribes any file sent as a voice recording and lets the people send voice clips to each other.

To send an audio clip, just tap the microphone icon, record the message and send. The tool listens to the full audio clip and posts a typed version below the audio, media reports said.

Facebook also rolled out 'Video calling'  feature in its Messenger app which allows users to avail video calling facility on its mobile messaging platform as well.

Facebook's Messenger app lets you send your friends money, the latest in a crowded field of services aimed at an increasingly wireless and cashless generation.

Services including PayPal, its Venmo unit and the disappearing-photo app Snapchat let you beam money to friends and family using smartphones linked to bank accounts or credit cards.