The Wretched is a single player journaling game with gorgeous art and deeply atmospheric writing and layout, and although it's technically a single page, it's layed out bookmark style and probably has about 15--20 pages worth of content for you to scroll through.
Content-wise, it's a combination horror/disaster story, following from a sort of bad end to Alien, where Ripley did not successfully escape and is stuck on the husk of the Nostromo with the creature still on board.
It's deeply bleak, but not hopeless, and it makes a point of this. You're not dead 'til you're dead. Everything else is fighting.
The Wretched uses a fair bit of mechanics for a journaling game, and it's also one you can (and are likely to) lose. This matches the tone.
You also need a bunch of kit, including a jenga set, d6, tokens, and a deck of cards---although you can make the game easier by making the jenga set optional.
For folks who would not be comfortable with a game that periodically reminds you of confinement and impending mortality, this is probably not an ideal experience to play.
However, for folks who really like atmospheric horror, and who would be interested in a game that produces journals/recordings that are basically as dramatic as the game itself, this is probably a title to prioritize.
Overall, this is a journaling game that I think has an appeal way outside of the normal journaling game market, due to its noticeable crunch. If you like Dread, or Alien, or non-ttrpg games like Alien: Isolation or Gods Will Be Watching, buy a copy. It also comes with its own soundtrack.
Edit: realized there are multiple formats for the game. You can also get it in booklet form if bookmark form is not ideal.