"3D Crazy Coaster was a video game for the Vectrex, an early video game console owned by Milton Bradley Company. Released in 1983, 3D Crazy Coaster made use of vector graphics, presenting a three dimensional playing environment.
The user controlled the movements of a passenger in the lead car of a roller coaster as it plummets down steeps hills and careers around sharp curves. One goal of the game was to keep the passenger's arms raised throughout the ride without being flung out.
NOTE: Requires Vectrex 3D Imager add-on."
Source: Wikipedia, "3D_Crazy_Coaster," available under the CC-BY-SA License.