Neither Jeremiah nor I have played it, so here's the description from the Kickstarter page:
"The Manhattan Project is a low-luck, mostly open information efficiency game in which players compete to build and operate the most effective atomic bomb program. Players will mine yellow cake, train workers, operate factories, use both reactors and enrichment plants, direct espionage against one another, and test The Bomb. Players do not 'nuke’ each other, but they can direct conventional air strikes against the facilities of the other players. The Manhattan Project is a game of Cold War posturing.
This game features the worker-placement mechanic with a twist; There are no rounds and no end-of-round administration. When players run out of workers, or are otherwise forced to by game situations, they skip their turn and retrieve their workers. This allows the game to continue from beginning until end in a round robin fashion. So the game continues round-robin till the end.
Build the best "engine" for creating bomb fuel on your own player board.
Espionage actions allow players to activate and block an opponent's building, representing technology theft and sabotage.
Attack actions send squadrons of planes to bomb the buildings of other players and stop their research until repairs can be made.
Attempt to build the best "engine" for creating bomb fuel on your own player board."
$10 gets you a copy of the game on iPad, Droid, or PC. you can chip in extra to be a beta tester and play the game early.
Stretch goals include Game Center support and included expansions. Check out the campaign. It looks to be the bomb!