When Europeans made their way to North America, they found it already inhabited by lots of people already. What happened next was war as the two groups vied for control of the land. It's these conflicts that you'll play out in Flint and Feather: Contact, a historical miniatures game by Crucible Crush that's up on Kickstarter now.
From the campaign:
In the early 17th Century colonies from the European powers began to appear in earnest up and down the Atlantic coastline of North America. In 1604 and 1605 Acadia and Port Royal were settled and in 1608 New France was founded at Quebec City. Soon to follow, the Dutch and Swedish founded colonies in the Hudson River area of present day New York. The first permanent English settlement in the Americas was located on the northeast bank of the Powhatan (James) River and was called Jamestown. Our rules and figures portray the struggles of these early pioneers to the New World.
FLINT AND FEATHER is a tabletop skirmish game system of tribal warfare of the First Nations of the Great Lakes region. The Kickstarter for FLINT AND FEATHER was successfully concluded in June 2016 and we have followed this release up with How to Play videos and a successful Facebook Group. FLINT AND FEATHER CONTACT will be the first supplement to these rules providing a stand alone game that can be played using the first European powers in North America. You can also add this system to your FLINT AND FEATHER games and play out more of the conflict from this early period of European colonization.
The campaign is up and over its funding goal with 25 days left to go.