Vivid-Pix Announces Genealogy “Whodunit Mystery Game”

Announced today, Vivid-Pix, a provider of AI-powered image restoration software, is launching the Vivid-Pix Genealogy “Whodunit Mystery Game” at: The giveaway combines family history research with patented, photo and document restoration software to learn about genealogy and Vivid-Pix RESTORE software.

The mystery game is fun and free to play; and those who successfully complete the challenge will be entered to win great prizes, including a weekend in New York City, London, or $1,000 USD, and photo gifts from Vivid-Pix at: The Whodunit Mystery Game will be launched online at THE Genealogy Show in the UK, held virtually this year from June 25-26, 2021. 

The Vivid-Pix “Whodunit Mystery Game” immerses you into the genealogy process using restored photos and documents to learn about relatives’ past. The game is all about a fictional long-lost Great-Uncle: George Albert Bellamy, who emigrated from the U.K. to the U.S. in the early 1900’s.

By collaborating with distant cousin Peter, you will analyze miniscule details in old photos and documents using the restoration tools in Vivid-Pix to discover hidden clues from Great-Uncle George’s past in the U.K. and his mysterious travels overseas to the U.S.

Prepare yourself for a journey through Edwardian Britain and beyond, complete with crime, cryptic postcards, and more! The game is open to international participants by downloading a free copy of Vivid-Pix RESTORE and starting the game at:

Vivid-Pix is a premium sponsor of THE Genealogy Show held online this year from June 25-26, 2021. For more info or to get tickets for The Genealogy Show, see: The Vivid-Pix Whodunit Mystery Game starts immediately at:, with a deadline to enter by 12:00 AM midnight, Eastern U.S. time, September 30, 2021.

For more information on Vivid-Pix, see the website: If you would like a free trial,  download at:

About Vivid-Pix

Vivid-Pix is the one-stop solution for family historians, genealogists and hobbyists. Vivid-Pix RESTORE patented artificial intelligence software automatically restores old, faded sepia, black and white, and color photographs and documents and provides image organization, editing, and searchable IPTC and EXIF compliant metadata tagging. 


Source: Vivid-Pix, The Genealogy Show