Save/Serve is a 4 page, two-player rpg about the romance between Enkidu and Shammat.
Shammat's goal is specifically to seduce Enkidu into hooking up, some explicit description is implied, and the game does not include comprehensive safety tools, so you may want to have some available---at least so that you can have a brake lever to pull if things go wrong. However, there are options to end the game non-canonically, with Shammat and Enkidu not hooking up, and there are some mini safety tools built into particular sections. Also, neither Shammat nor Enkidu has to be any particular gender.
Mechanically, Save/Serve is played with a deck of cards, which serve as conversation prompts. You play by talking and describing, and ultimately by following or diverting from the route the game expects you to travel.
Plotwise, a lot of Save/Serve is going to be what you bring to the table. Is Shammat a willing servant of Gilgamesh? Are they conflicted, knowing they're going to be inflicting mortality on a being? Does Enkidu know any of this? Are they even capable of guessing it?
Overall, if you like romantic rpgs, you like them a bit steamy, and you're interested in mythological settings, I'd recommend giving this a shot. Have x-card or lines and veils on standby, just in case, but otherwise it's a cool, very focused, character-centric piece about a seduction.