Yes. The color on the back of the card is only there to guide you when you're new to the game playing first few times. Once you've gone through the deck, you can play any of the other two colors on any cad and the game will still work as expected. Each of the three rings has a (il)legit explicit or slang word in it to play with.
No. The words are not jumbled up. They are just in a circle with no marked beginning or end. You do have to use all the characters up. Your job is to figure out the word by figuring out where it starts. Not too hard but just hard enough.
While we are still working on developing our dicktionary, we suggest you use an 'anagram solver' (Google it) if you are unable to figure out a word. Or reach out to us on social media and we can definitely give you a hint on what the word is.
A player has previously reported that they were having difficulty telling between two of the colors (teal and orange, if I remember correctly). While colorblindness may make the 'color recognition' game play challenging, an alternate game play can be used to play the game just as expected. Players can play by yelling out the 'ring' that everyone must read the word from like "middle", "outer", and "inner" ring. That's one way around it.
All ongoing rules can be stacked, but don't have to be. Therefore, it is up to you and your friends to stack or not. If stacked, a rule can only be cancelled when a 'Rule Breaker' card pops up. Our favorite house rule is to stack up to two ongoing rules at a time to prevent chaos yet add funny rule combinations...like imagine having to talk like Batman but in a Pakistani accent. In this case, when a new rule shows up, the oldest rule is cancelled so only two rules are active at a time.
Yes, the rules can be confusing at first as you must read their definition in the rulebook. We hope you'll catch on very quickly. They can get especially confusing if your house decides to stack them. For the next version of our game, we are actually considering only printing 10 drinking rules instead of 25+.