Instant Games technology of Facebook hasn’t exactly blasted off. It is important that there are not more than 200 games to date, and it is due to it stopped testing. But, you will now have a chance to grow because Facebook has opened the platform of Instant Games for all types of developers. Now, anyone will be able to build HTML5-based web games designed to run in Messenger or your News Feed, whether you are using a mobile or desktop. They will have various efficient ways for making money from and promoting games, including cross-promotional links and ads.
Creators don’t have to start from scratch: Facebook already has a number of recommended game engines to use with the platform. Games have clearly been a mainstay of Facebook for a long while. The Instant Games tech is really a logical extension of the social network’s strategy. It makes games (and importantly for Facebook, the ads that run alongside them) available in more places, and eliminates the long load times you sometimes see with more conventional games. No, this isn’t likely to upend the conventional game market, but it could make gaming decidedly more accessible.