Network games are becoming more and more popular and have a growing user community that makes use of new technologies to communicate during games.
Mumble is a multiplatform application, similar to Ventrilo, built through the client-server structure that allows to have a voice conversation with all the participants of a network game.
Of course, to establish communication it is necessary to connect to a program server. You can use a public one or create your own using the Murmur application that is installed together with Mumble.
The consumption that Mumble makes of the bandwidth ranges between 10 and 40 KB per user, so if there are ten users on a server and they are all talking, the 100 – 400 KB will skyrocket.