So some background - I'm a freshman in community college right now trying to transfer to a university in a couple of years. I have been developing mobile games with Unity and C# since the start of high school. I've made almost everything in my projects from scratch (art and code) except for some plugins and whatnot. I have published a total of 5 full games on the Google Play store that took me at least 4-6 months to finish each. None of the games really got that many downloads until my fourth game. It was a multiplayer game I made with the Photon Unity plugin and has over half a million downloads to date. My 5th game after that was also multiplayer but has only gotten a few thousand downloads so far. I've been working on my 6th game now for almost a year and I'm planning to make it the best thing I have ever made. I'm really passionate about game developing and design and using art and technology to make my visions come to life. I'm planning on pursuing a degree in graphic communication or liberal arts and engineering studies. I was going to do computer science but I find myself not really motivated because I'm more interested in the art side of things and making art through my coding which is why I want to do a major that combines the arts and technology. So I guess my question is if it's possible to get a job or internship without having completed my degree yet just solely based on my achievements in game development? And also from what kind of companies? I'm not sure if 'mobile games' is a recognized achievement by many companies because a lot of internships that I have been looking into are things like web development internships and they probably want to see a web development portfolio not a game development portfolio? I'm just worried about my future and I'm really hoping I haven't wasted all these years developing my games when I could have been I don't know... making websites?