It seems like Facebook are striving to go back to their roots as a social platform with the capacity to bring people together. Currently, the Facebook Messenger has 1.3 billion users so indeed there is tremendous potential here to simplify the bank transactions in quite an easy fashion if the app is able to integrate with the bank and offer numerous banking services as well. There's "Don't Smile" where the one who can hold a serious face the longest will win, and then there's "Asteroids Attack" where the one who can better navigate their spaceship will win.
The games will be launching in the latest version of Messenger and once you're updated it's easy to load them. A Facebook spokesperson explained to Techcrunch that the games were built using the AR Studio tool, and adds that there's no plans to open the tool to outside developers at this time.
Then you just need to find the person or group chat that you want to speak with and then start a video chat by selecting the video icon.
Video chatting has become integral to many messaging apps. The next expected games are "Beach Bump", where you pass an AR ball and the other is "Kitten Craze", a cat matching game. This feature allows up to six people to play the AR games at a time via video chat.