Love it. My only criticism is the lack of any kind of feedback as to how well you're doing at censoring stuff/whether you're angering the employees.
I adore the historical aspect of this game, how you're able to learn about Los Alamos and the individual experiences of the people working there. I'm not sure how difficult this would be, but I think it would be really cool if you were able to get copies of some of the letters that were actually sent to and from Los Alamos and use excerpts of them for the game. It would be a fantastic way to experience the history.
Great concept, love the design and content, and I seriously think this style of game could be used to bring history to life in an accessible and fun way - especially if it could incorporate primary source documents!
P. S. How dare you make me relive Richard and Arlene's love story again, I was dreading that I'd reach the end and use up all of my tissues