Five Nights at Nikocado's 2: Cheese Breach is a free-to-play parody of the horror phenomenon Five Nights at Freddy's. The game has similar ideas, settings and gameplay mechanics, apart from the addition of the infamous mukbang YouTuber, Nikocado Avocado. Feed Nikocado cheeseburgers as you try to avoid him and the classic FNAF animatronics.
Five Nights at Nikocado's 2: Cheese Breach is definitely similar to FNAF: Security Breach, but there are many other games with a similar feel that you could try. Two of the closest are My Friendly Neighborhood: Basement Demo and Five Nights at the Krusty Krab.
Five Nights at Nikocado's 2: Cheese Breach is set at Nikocado's fictional pizzeria, similar in both style and layout to Freddy Fazbear's. Instead of sitting in a room and operating doors and light switches while trying to conserve power, it requires that you sneak around the pizzeria, trying to avoid Nikocado and some animatronics.
The game is fairly easy; your only objective is to walk around avoiding threats. You can also collect cheeseburgers along the way to feed to Nikocado to keep him at bay, but this has a tendency of breaking the game. Each night, a new character will join the hunt, but these are relatively easy to escape. You can simply walk around them. There is no real fear element, apart from a jumpscare or two if you get caught.
In an attempt to retain the authenticity of the game it's based on, Five Nights at Nikocado's 2: Cheese Breach has numerous bugs. While enthusiasts of Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach might regard these bugs with a sense of nostalgia, new players won’t really enjoy them.
There do, however, seem to be some bugs in this game that weren't planned. For instance, if you feed Nikocado a cheeseburger and stand in front of his ATV, you can stop him in his tracks until the night is over to pass the level.
Confusing at best
The developers of Five Nights at Nikocado's 2: Cheese Breach seem to have chosen to retain certain bugs and nostalgic features of Five Nights at Freddy's: Security Breach, likely in an attempt to win over FNAF players.
However, there are new mechanics that take the game away from glorifying a classic and turn it into a parody. The game isn't too impactful, creative or visually appealing enough to stand on its own and may leave the player questioning their interest.