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Probably Not Looking around a little bit, it seems you're right- Buck Rogers XXVc appears to use a modified AD&D system (source). However, High Adventure Cliffhangers appears to use an exploding d6 system (source - scroll down to the entry on High Adventure Cliffhangers). You can actually see a note to this effect in the RPGGeek entry for the game: ...
They are the same product. The product series was coded 25CS. TSR printed comps in the 1991 catalog for the hobby channel. XXVCA1 and XXVCA2 were Buck Rogers in the 25 Century and NEO in the 25th Century, respectively, both adventure modules for the game.
Buck Rogers: several were published in dragon 157. (I've got the CDRoms) Dragon #157 has only introductory material, tho'; nothing playable. All the other mentions I can find are one of (1) convention schedule, (2) reviews, (3) preview column blurbs, or (4) adverts. Dungeon never got the CD-Rom treatment, so I don't know.
Those links actually imply the answer: RPGGeek doesn't group them in the same system family so, unless there's an error in the entries, they are very probably unrelated.
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